Picture of 8 volume reports from Royal Commission into Family Violence

Investment $572 million

The package supports 65 of the Royal Commission's most urgent recommendations.

What will the money be used for?

This investment includes:

Housing blitz

$152 million to commence a housing blitz to shelter more victims so they don't have to choose between homelessness or returning to an abusive relationship.

Keep children safe from harm

$122 million to keep children safe from harm and give them the best start in life.

Specialist family violence services

$104 million for specialist family violence services such as crisis support, counselling and services for diverse communities.

Family violence prevention

$61.6 million in family violence prevention aimed at where Victorians live, work, play and learn.

Aboriginal communities

$25.7 million to work with Aboriginal communities to address family violence.

Reforms to the justice system

$23.9 million to commence reforms to the justice system so it protects victims and holds perpetrators to account.

Media releases

Urgent Family Violence Investment Will Help Keep Women And Children Safe

Roadmap For Reform Will Mean A Safer Future For Vulnerable Kids

Promoting Respectful Relationships In Our Schools And Kinders

More Support For Aboriginal Victorians At Risk Of Family Violence

Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Program To Keep Young People Connected

Keeping Our Kids Safe: More Support For Child Protection

Urgent Family Violence Investment Will Help Keep Women And Children Safe

  • 13-month inquiry
  • Nearly 1000 submissions received
  • Discussions held with experts and stakeholders
  • 25 days of public hearings
  • 227 recommendations to fix our broken system

 

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