We provide specialist support and housing services in the Port Macquarie Hastings region
We help families through all stages of their journey towards safety. From helping a woman in the peak of crisis secure a safe place to stay, through to supporting her as she navigates the various services available.
We also work towards eliminating domestic and family violence by providing prevention and education programs in the local community.
What we do
"The way you have treated me has given me the inspiration to stand on my own two feet when I was down on the floor. Every second of help and support has empowered me, given me hope, strengthened my spirit and opened the door for me to follow my own path."
How we do it
Since 1980 we’ve supported local women and families affected by domestic and family violence and homelessness.
Our vision is a community where women and children are empowered and safe from domestic and family violence.
Our people are passionate about preventing, recognising and responding to domestic and family violence.
26th November 2023
The annual Coastal Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence brings our community together to wear white and walk along the beaches and waterways of Port Macquarie.Learn more
Liberty provides domestic violence training for workplaces, schools and organisations to recognise, respond and refer safely. Training is tailored to help workplaces understand their responsibilities around domestic violence for the wellbeing of their team. Respectful relationships sessions for schools are designed to support the New South Wales curriculum and prevent domestic violence.Learn more
Posted 24th May 2023
Liberty was named Business of the Year at the 2023 Coastline Credit Union Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards, and also took home the Community & Social Services Award for the third year in succession as well as the Outstanding Community Organisation Award.
Posted 04th May 2023
The 13 Australian women who have lost their lives due to domestic and family violence so far in 2023 were honoured at a quiet gathering at Town Beach on National Domestic and Family Violence Remembrance Day, on Wednesday 3 May.
Posted 01st December 2022
Hundreds of members of the Port Macquarie-Hastings community wore white and took steps towards a safer community during the Coastal Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence on Sunday 27 November.