A review of the Family Violence Counselling and Support Service seeks to improve the service and will not reduce support, the government says.
This follows concerns raised by Labor leader Rebecca White the review would lead to the service being outsourced.
"We're dead against [privatisation]," Ms White said.
Premier and Minister for Prevention of Family Violence Will Hodgman said Labor's fears of outsourcing were "nothing by another Labor lie."
"Far from cutting support, the government is delivering unprecedented resources and programs," Mr Hodgman said.
"Since 2015, the government has invested $50 million to tackle the scourge of family and sexual violence though our nation-leading family and sexual violence action plans.
"As I told Parliament last week, work needs to be done to clarify the role of the Family Violence Counselling and Support Service as part of an expanded support network.
"This work will consider recommendations, including those presented to the previous Labor-Green government, to determine how we can best support Tasmanians who need it."