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  • Privacy
    Purpose No to Violence (NTV) is committed to responsibly handle and protect the privacy of personal information which the organisation collects, holds, and administers, and to protect an individual’s...
  • Media release archive
    No to Violence response to VAGO report on Managing Support and Safety Hubs 27 May 2020 No to Violence welcomes today’s tabling of the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) report...
  • COVID-19 pandemic support
    Agencies are working hard across the nation to assist men to address their violence and abusive behaviour during these times. This page provides links to government COVID-19 restrictions and...
  • Men’s Behaviour Change Programs
    Men’s behaviour change programs are still operating. As a result of COVID-19, group-based delivery across the country has largely ceased, with individual telephone or video-based support being offered at...
  • Training and professional development
    No to Violence provides a range of training and professional development to a variety of audiences, from practitioners of differing experience levels to corporate leadership and human resources. For...
  • Geelong-based Bethany launch Men’s Family Violence Intervention Centre
    On Friday 27 April 2018, we attended our member organisation’s inaugural launch of The Men’s Family Violence Intervention Centre. The Centre, headed by Geelong-based Bethany, provides a coordinated response,...
  • Dardi Munwurro: Bringing out the best in Aboriginal men, for stronger communities
    It’s NAIDOC Week – a week in which we celebrate the cultural riches and indelible contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, our nation’s first peoples. This year, we...
  • Get Support
    Men’s Referral Service: 1300 766 491 Chat Online (live chat currently not available) Who can the Men’s Referral Service support? Men who have or are still behaving abusively  Family...
  • Complaints Procedure
    How No to Violence  manages your concerns and complaints about the organisation Confidentiality All calls to the Men’s Referral Service are confidential and private, unless we have concerns about...
  • Responding to community trauma and family violence after natural disasters
    by Jacqui Watt “Psychological trauma is an affliction of the powerless. At the moment of trauma, the victim is rendered helpless by overwhelming force. When the force is that...
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