The WIFVC supports a number of projects that contribute to integration in the west. Our involvement ranges from one-off support using discretionary funds available to each region through to ongoing representation on several working groups and implementation committees.
For further information about each of the projects the WIFVC has been involved in, click on the links below.
Media & Communications of PVAW – Western Metropolitan Action Plan
The Victorian Government has provided a 12 month grant for development of a Western Metropolitan Action Plan for Media and Communications of PVAW. The grant is for development of a western metropolitan regional action plan for media and communications of the prevention of family violence against women in the western suburbs. Read more
High Risk Client Strategy Evaluation
An independent evaluation of the Western suburbs’ high risk client strategy during its pilot phase between 2008 – 2010 was commenced in 2011. Read more
Women’s Voices Steering Justice Reform
Women’s Voices Steering Justice Reform is a film project that aims to capture the experiences of women who have experienced family violence and the Victorian Court response to family violence. Read more
Think Child Partnership Agreement
In recognition of the relationship between family violence, child abuse and child safety and well being, the Think Child Partnership Agreement seeks to establish a collaborative effort to ensure children, young people, men and women receive the services they need. Read more
Common Risk Assessment Framework (CRAF) Training is a program of training targeted to a range of professionals, with the aim being to develop a common understanding and approach to managing risk in a family violence context. Read more
Training: Perpetrator accountability in a child protection framework
No To Violence delivered a one day workshop to child protection and family services workers in Melbourne’s west in 2012 to enable effective responses to male perpetrators of family violence in a child protection context. Read more