Do you believe that no-one should live with violence and that all people should be safe, respected and valued?
So do we. Knowing that gender inequality is a key driver of family violence, we want to see a future where gender equality is the norm. The principles that underpin the integrated response system include a shared understanding of domestic and family violence across all services, prioritising the safety of those who experience violence, and a proactive approach to information sharing.
The scope of our work covers four key areas:
Our work serves the people and communities of the Central Highlands. The Committee does this by creating value for the social service system and the stakeholders within it and works to identify, prioritise and respond pro-actively and strategically.
We believe that together we can change and improve the social services system in the Central Highlands so it can prevent family violence, intervene earlier, effectively respond and enable recovery.
The CHIFVC does this through three principal working groups that:
A Collective Impact Framework shapes and guides the work of the Committee based on a Common Agenda. All participants have a shared vision for change and commit to a joint approach.
Working Group Activities - coming soon