Domestic violence and family violence often takes place ‘behind closed doors’. In the past it was seen very much as a ‘private family matter’ that society should not get involved with.

It can be difficult for those who are, or who have experienced violence to come forward because they may feel isolated, ashamed, confused or just too afraid to speak about their experiences. Sometimes they blame themselves for the violence because they have been told by their partner on many occasions, that they ‘provoked’ it.

April 2013 Newsletter

 

CRDVS Tablelands

We are very pleased to announce the opening of our new Tablelands service - providing quality services to the Tablelands region in :

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Information and Referral
  • Adult and Child Counselling

You can find us at 15 Beatrice Street, Atherton (with the Womens Centre Tablelands). Please phone for appointments on 1300 909 250.

 

"Parenting Beyond Violence" Groups

A group for women who’ve experienced domestic violence, who may or may not have children currently in their care. Parenting Beyond Violence (PBV) explores the dynamics of domestic violence and the impact it may have on women and their children, focusing on how domestic violence influences parenting.

First group commenced on 9th May for six weeks

Second group commences on 17th October for six weeks - download the flyer here

 

Vest on a Quest Rides Again

Val from the Tablelands is riding again to support the prevention of domestic and family violence. This year she'll be taking on the All Trails 700km journey through Victoria during April. If you would like to support Val you can make a donation via our Make A Donation link below. Please ref your donation with "Val". All donations support CRDVS and Womens Centre Atherton to provide financiall and material support to victims experiencing domestic and family violence. Thank you Val for continuing to raise awareness through your rides.

Dowload the Flyer with more details about Val's ride here

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