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No to Violence works with men who use family violence, and the sector that supports them to change their abusive and violent behaviour. 

Men’s Referral Service

The Men’s Referral Service is the national counselling, information and referral service for men who use violence and abuse to change their behaviour.

Sector resources & training

Support and resources for people who work with men who use violence.

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No to Violence advocacy and peak body activities.

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Information about the causes and responses to family violence.

About No to Violence

Information about who we are and what we do.

Men’s Behaviour Change programs

Men’s Behaviour Change Program providers are available to take your calls, offer a service and link you with other agencies depending on your individual circumstances.

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If you are interested in being part of the movement to end men’s use of family violence, please keep an eye on this page for opportunities.

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Statement on 2024/25 Federal Budget 

We are glad to see steps made in the 2024/25 Commonwealth Budget to support victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.   But disappointingly, the Budget failed…

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2 weeks ago

No to Violence
If you are using processes and systems to abuse your partner or ex-partner, you can make better choices. If you are concerned about your own behaviour or someone else’s, you can call Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491 or visit mrs.org.au for advice and support.Weaponsing processes and systems to maximise costs to your partner is a choice that you don’t have to make. Any day. Today.Please choose to stop your use of control, abuse and violence.People are hurt.Futures are harmed.Choose today. Everyday. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

No to Violence
Today is Are You Safe at Home? Day, a time to check in with those around you and ensure they feel secure in their homes. By simply asking, listening, and believing, any of us can profoundly impact someone's journey to safety. Ending family violence is everyone’s business – with men playing a particularly crucial role. After all, family violence is everyone’s business but it begins and ends with men. Today, start the conversation. Special thanks to Safe and Equal for providing this graphic. To learn how to ask "are you safe at home?" you can visit areyousafeathome.org.au/ And if you are concerned about someone using violence, call Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491 or visit mrs.org.au for advice and support. ... See MoreSee Less
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