Clubs Queensland Collaboration – DFV Prevention Month

Mullins is proud to have recently collaborated with Clubs Queensland and Challenge DV to provide essential resources aimed at empowering member clubs to recognise and appropriately respond to cases of domestic and family violence, especially during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month. To view the original publication, click here.

Clubs Queensland – NEWS

As we enter May, Queensland marks Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month. Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month is an important community initiative held in Queensland each year in May to: 

  • raise community awareness of domestic and family violence and coercive control 
  • call upon Queensland communities and organisations to take action to end violence against women and their children. 
  • promote support options available for people impacted by domestic and family violence.

The 2024 theme is: It’s in our control to end coercive control.

The month of May is an opportunity for all Queenslanders to take a stand against domestic and family violence and coercive control and reinforce that domestic and family violence is prohibited and will not be tolerated in the community.

Clubs Queensland has developed and made available, resources to assist member clubs in how to recognise, respond and refer to domestic and family violence. These include:

Help and support is available for anyone impacted by domestic and family violence. If you are in danger, don’t feel safe, or fear for yours or someone else’s safety, call Triple Zero (000) immediately and ask for Queensland Police. 

For non-urgent police assistance, phone Policelink on 131 444. 

For confidential support, including 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention, and referral, you can contact Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14 or visit

If clubs have any questions regarding domestic and family violence or DFV Awareness Month, the Workplace Relations Team can be contacted at or (07) 3252 0770.


“The content of this publication is for reference purposes only. It is current at the date of publication. This content does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be obtained before taking any action based on this publication.”
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