Safe Steps CEO, Dr Chelsea Tobin has been awarded one of the prestigious Churchill Fellowships for research to investigate family violence crisis response for children as victim survivors in their own right. “The effects on children of witnessing or experiencing domestic violence can be life-long, whether they are direct or indirect victims. “State and federalContinue reading Safe Steps CEO receives Prestigious Churchill Fellowship
CEO of Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre, Dr Chelsea Tobin today spoke to colleagues from the family and domestic violence sector, at the No To Violence Conference. Dr Tobin told the packed room about the experience of her organisation, who last year took over 68,000 calls from women fleeing family and domestic violence, andContinue reading Those critical first 24 hours of escaping family violence
The 14th Walk Against Family Violence (#WAFV2022) was held in person for the first time since 2019, with the signature event in Melbourne’s CBD and more than 40 local events across the state. It is fair to say the numbers exceeded all expectations! From Melbourne’s CBD; from Bairnsdale and Warrnambool; and from Mildura to Torquay,Continue reading Thousands across Victoria Walk Against Family Violence.
Welcome to the Safe Steps Online Community Guidelines. *Please note: Family violence support is not available through our social media channels* If you are experiencing family violence and need help, Call us on: 1800 015 188 (24/7). Email us on; email@example.com (24/7) Webchat support available Mon-Fri https://bit.ly/3tXH7kP If you’re in immediate danger call 000. Safe Steps is Victoria’s 24/7 Family Violence ResponseContinue reading Safe Steps – Online Community Guidelines
A big heartfelt thank you, to everyone who joined us for the Walk Against Family Violence (WAFV) 2021 on Thursday 25 November 2021. In 2021, the number of family violence incidents is the highest in Victoria’s recorded history, making the WAFV more important than ever. This year’s Walk Against Family Violence was again based onContinue reading WAFV2021 – Wrap up!
Victim-survivors are invited to participate in a national survey on coercive control.Continue reading National survey on coercive control