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No to Violence commissioned a survey by Stable Research to see how the physical restrictions and lock down were affecting men and whether they knew…

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Last month #NotoViolence CEO Jacqui Watt was joined by Respect Victoria CEO Tracey Gaudrey, Luke Addinsall and the Hon Michelle Lensink MLC of South Australia to discuss the impact and increased risk of family violence during the #COVID19 pandemic.

As Australia now faces this second wave and each state follows their own protocals, we invite you to tune in to this webinar to hear how the sector is responding to the way that men use violence during this uncertain and increasingly difficult time.

If you, or a man in your life, is concerned about violent behaviour and your use of violence, we operate the Men's Referral Service as a place for these men to seek help, advice and to speak to a trained counsellor.

To learn more or get in touch with our you can call us at 1300 766 491 or via our online chat here -> www.ntv.org.au/get-help/

What did you think of this Facebook LIVE? What other topics or areas of interest/concern would you like to see in upcoming webinars? Share your thoughts below.

Stay safe,

The team at No to Violence
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5 days ago

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An important message. If you’re concerned about your behaviour, reach out to Men's Referral Service which provides free, confidential support.You are allowed to leave your home at all times if you are escaping family violence. You will not be fined if you do and support is available.

If you are worried about your own safety, or the safety of someone else, please reach out.

Contact safe steps Family Violence Response Centre 24/7 response line for help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
📞 1800 015 188
📨 safesteps@safesteps.org.au
💻 www.safesteps.org.au

- Kids Helpline Official on 1800 55 1800
- Seniors Rights Victoria on 1300 368 821
- Respect Victoria

If you are in immediate danger – call 000.

We are living in extraordinary times. We know that job loss, isolation, frustration and financial insecurity can be the catalyst to family violence, but there is never, ever an excuse for violence.

If you are concerned about your own behaviour and recognise that your actions are putting family members in a harmful environment, please call:
- Beyond Blue on 1800 512 348, or
- No to Violence Men's Referral Service on 1300 766 491.

And if you are concerned about the behaviour of a mate – talk, call it out and offer them resources to seek help.

We are all in this together.
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