Gippsland Family Violence Reform Strategy 2018-07-31T07:49:09+00:00

Gippsland Family Violence Reform Strategy

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Gippsland Family Violence Integrated Reform Strategy & Steering Committee  

The purpose of the Steering Committee is to drive the integration of services that respond to family violence at a local area level and oversee reform processes to achieve safety, accountability and choice. The Steering Committee will implement, monitor, promote, and continuously improve the integrated family violence response within the region through the activities and objectives outlined in an annual strategic plan (see below).

Key Documents

Strategy and Statewide Documents

Family Violence Response Training & Events

Gippsland Women’s Health facilitates a range of Family Violence training that can be delivered at your work place or community hub.

CRAF (Common Risk Assessment) Level One

The Framework aims to develop common standards and practices among service providers to ensure that the focus of any intervention and support remains on the safety of those experiencing violence. Click here to download the flyer.

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CRAF (Common Risk Assessment) Level Two

Delivered by DVRCV (Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria). This is a half day training session for professionals and workers in a wide range of sectors who may be providing support and services to clients who may also be experiencing family violence.

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CRAF (Common Risk Assessment) Level Three

Delivered by DVRCV (Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria).

This is a full day training session designed for specialist family violence professionals.

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The Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria also offer a range of training courses.

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Do you need help? Here is a list of Support Services.

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