Be There

Be There does not specify a minimum age
+ Be There does not specify a minimum age

What is Be There?

Be There is an app that helps you support someone experiencing domestic violence or an unhealthy, toxic or abusive relationship. It offers articles and activities to help you understand and recognise aspects of domestic violence and coercive control, as well as tips to safely support someone who is experiencing an abusive relationship. The app includes recommended content and built-in reminders for activities as well as tips to help you offer support and safely take action. Be there also includes a journaling feature that let you save notes about what you may see, hear and feel. Access to the app is protected by a passcode. Be There is developed by Griffith University. 
Apps:Android app, Apple iOS app 

How do people use Be There?

Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use information sharing services like Be There.

Be There is used for: content sharing.

How can you protect your personal information?

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Last updated: 04/06/2024

The eSafety Guide helps you find out how to protect your personal information and report harmful content on common social media, games, apps and sites. Entries are for information only and are not reviews or endorsements by eSafety. Before choosing to use any online service or platform it’s best to:

  • do your own research to understand the risks and benefits
  • check the age rating and requirements
  • consider privacy
  • check the permissions and other settings
  • check the in-app reporting options.

If you are a parent or carer who is deciding whether a child should be allowed to use an online service or platform, you can also:

  • consider your child's readiness for the types of content and experiences they might encounter
  • help them understand what to do if they need help
  • provide ongoing support and monitoring, for example through regular check-ins with your child
  • agree to some rules about use of each service or platform.

To find out more, you can read the App checklist for parents, as well as information about parental controls in social media, games and apps and mental wellbeing resources for families.