Guidelines for engaging people who cause family violence harm
This new guideline resource has been made available by Inner North West Primary Care Partnership
Family violence is the leading contributor to preventable death, illness and disability for Victorian women aged 15-44 years and has serious implications on the health, education, employment and economic security of women, children, families and communities (VicHealth 2011).
This guideline was written by Rodney Vlais. The development of this guideline was led by Inner North West Primary Care Partnership.
Key experts in the sector assisted in the development of this guideline including:
– No to Violence
– Women’s Health In the North
– Peter Streker
To view the guidelines, click on this link – Final_Guidelines for engaging people who cause family violence harm_Nov2017
For more information about the Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Project, click here.