Daisy is free and connects women around Australia to services providing support for the impacts of sexual assault family violence and domestic violence. Family members and friends can also use Daisy to gather information and support women’s decision making. Before downloading this App or sharing it with anyone consider safety. If a device is not private, it may not be safe to download or share.
-View the service information of 1121 support services Australia wide.
-View telephone numbers, opening hours and websites.
-Information about 1800RESPECT translated into 28 languages.
-Instructions for using the Translators and Interpreters Service (TIS National).
-Directly contact Police.
-Send an SMS alert to chosen contacts.
-Quickly exit screens containing important information.
-Find out what to expect when contacting a service.
-Search the internet for more information without leaving a history in your browser.
-Find out how to increase your online safety.
-List Favourite Services for easy reference.
-Gather information about the nature and extent of gendered violence.
-Optimised with text-to-voice accessibility.
If you are feeling unsafe right now, call Police on 000.
To speak with a counsellor about sexual assault, family or domestic violence, please call 1800RESPECTon 1800 737 732, or access Online Counselling and more information at www.1800respect.org.au.
Daisy is developed by 1800RESPECT with input by all States and Territory Governments, funded by the Australian Government under the Second Action Plan of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022.
1800RESPECT provides professional telephone and online counselling to people who are experiencing or are at risk of sexual assault, family or domestic violence or who have experienced this in the past, their family and friends, and frontline workers.