The DVAC Womens and Children’s Centre

Announcing: the new DVAC Womens and Children’s Centre is now open

We are super excited to be seeing clients in our new space.

We have on site parking, and we are located near public transport. Our Centre has been designed to be child-friendly and to provide more spaces for appointments.
Once finished, we look forward to offering a space outside in the playground on site.

A fenced ramp leading up to the front door of a wooden house
A plant in a white pot in front of a white wall
A room with two chairs and a child's teepee
A counselling room two chairs and a picture on the wall
A room with a chair, beanbag and children's toys
A beautiful landscape photo on the wall behind a desk in a white room
A purple chair, mat and wall-hanging which reads She believed she could and so she did
Counselling room with a couch, plant in the corner and a colourful image on the wall.

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