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Survey: capacity to respond to procurement processes

Survey to provide feedback on your organisation’s capacity to respond to the Family and Domestic Violence One Stop Hubs grant process

The Department of Communities is keen to understand how COVID-19 is impacting the community service sector’s capacity to respond to upcoming procurement processes.

This short five-minute survey will scope the capacity of service providers to respond to the Family and Domestic Violence One Stop Hubs Grant, which is anticipated to be advertised from early May 2020 to late June 2020. Please send one response per organisation and answer all questions in the survey.

It is recommended that you use Google Chrome to access the link.

Access the survey 

We appreciate and value your time in completing this survey. The survey will close on 6 April 2020.

Please contact fdvhubs@communities.wa.gov.au if you have any queries.

Where services come together

In January 2017 the State Government released its Stopping Family and Domestic Violence Policy (PDF). This policy outlines a strong commitment to keeping Western Australian women and their children safe and has introduced a comprehensive package of reforms aimed at supporting victims of family and domestic violence (FDV).

It includes the initial establishment of two FDV One Stop Hubs (Hubs) to simplify access to specialist FDV support services.

Support services may include services related to:

  • legal and financial matters
  • alcohol and other drugs
  • mental health
  • counselling
  • disability
  • cultural needs
  • housing

In April 2019, the State Government announced the Hubs would be located in Kalgoorlie and Mirrabooka. The media statement is available online.

Ongoing information

Communities will publish information and updates about Hubs on this page and Tenders WA.

Visit the Tenders WA page: Registration of Interest; Family and Domestic Violence One Stop Hubs

Community sector providers are encouraged to complete a registration of interest for information to ensure they receive alerts including invitations and communiques.


Visit the One Stop Hub communiques page for a list of One Stop Hub communiques.

Information sessions

Information sessions regarding FDV One Stop Hubs were held for Community Sector Providers in Kalgoorlie and Mirrabooka in 2019. Below are resources available following those meetings.

Mirrabooka information session for community sector providers – 31 October 2019

Kalgoorlie information session for community sector providers – 28 October 2019 

More information and resources

If you have any queries or require any information provided in an alternative format please email fdvhubs@communities.wa.gov.au