Programs and Services

South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence (SECASA)

SECASA is a specialist sexual assault and family violence service, which provides:

  • Therapeutic interventions and counselling following sexual assault and/or family violence, to victim/survivors and other affected family members

  • 24/7 sexual assault crisis response

  • Sexually Abusive Behaviour Treatment Services (SABTS) for children and young people with harmful sexual behaviours, and their families

  • Community education and prevention work, including programs in Early Learning Centres, Primary Schools and High schools

  • Secondary consultation

  • Professional training

I need help

Provides information for people who have been sexually assaulted and/or who are experiencing family violence.

Sexual Assault and Family Violence Counselling

SECASA offers a free counselling service for people in the South Eastern region of Melbourne, Victoria.

Schools Program

SECASA School programs are an extensive suite of prevention programs delivered by SECASAFV in response to sexual abuse and family violence.


SECASA AWARE provide assessment and treatment of sexually abusive behaviour (SAB) and problem sexual behaviour (PSB) in children and young people.


The Restore Consortium was established in 2018 as a result of the Victorian Governments participation in the National Redress Scheme that was set up following the 2013-2017 Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.


Tzedek provides a national support, prevention and advocacy service to survivors of sexual abuse in the Jewish community.

Making Rights Reality

Making Rights Reality is a program at the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence (SECASA) that provides extra help to adults and children with a disability who have experienced sexual assault or family violence.

Legal Support

SMLS has operated a specialist legal clinic in partnership with the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA) since 1995 and works closely with SECASA counsellors in providing legal advice, assistance and representation to victims/survivors of sexual assault.

I am under 18

SECASA provides counselling for all young people, and best of all its completely free and voluntary.

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