Help is Here
You may have seen the Help is Here campaign advertising over the past couple of months. It’s a campaign from the Department of Social Services to ensure all Australians affected by domestic and family violence and abuse know where to seek help, when they need it.
The Prime Minister announced the campaign on 29 March this year, to support Australians experiencing domestic and family violence due to the fallout from the Coronavirus pandemic.
The advertising, which will run nationally until the end of September 2020, directs audiences to national telephone and online counselling services 1800RESPECT and MensLine Australia, as well as relevant state and territory services – and aims to reassure those affected by domestic violence that their experiences are not acceptable, and that help is available.
Help spread the word
The stakeholder materials page on the Department of Social Services website also has a selection of materials you are welcome to use, including:
- television commercials, including Indigenous and Auslan versions
- posters in various sizes
- a web tile and banner
- bumper stickers and window decals
- social media content, including static images and 6 and 15 second videos.