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Programs and grants

NSW Domestic and Family Violence Funding program

The NSW domestic and family violence funding program focuses on prevention and early intervention and also men’s behaviour change, investment in the service sector and evidence-based initiatives.

The Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services program

The Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services program (IDFVS) is a multi-agency, integrated and coordinated response to prevent the escalation of domestic and family violence among high risk groups. Coordinated services are provided through a multi-disciplinary team or are based on clear referral pathways. The IDFVS program provides crisis support and information case management as well as case coordination and referrals.

Staying Home Leaving Violence program

The Staying Home Leaving Violence program is a specialised domestic and family violence program to reduce risk to women and children experiencing domestic and family violence and prevent their homelessness. The program supports women and children to stay safely in their own home, or home of their choice, while the perpetrator is removed. The aim is to reduce the likelihood of displacement and disruption to children’s educational, personal and social development.

Local domestic and family violence committee grants

The NSW Government’s approach to domestic and family violence increases the focus on prevention and early intervention. As part of this approach, small grants of up to $1,000 are available for Local Domestic and Family Violence Committees across NSW to help them raise awareness about the impact of violence against women and also the local services and support available to victims.

Visit the Women NSW website for more information.

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