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NSW Men’s Behaviour Change Network

The Men’s Behaviour Change Network NSW was formed in 2013 following the introduction of the NSW Minimum Standards for Men’s Domestic Violence Behaviour Change Programs in 2012. The Network is made up of all registered men’s behaviour change providers and their practitioners and provides an opportunity for discussions that continually reflect on our practice and the socio-political context of our work.

The Network has proactively engaged in sector development, and is committed to best practice in supporting those affected by family and domestic violence and providing opportunities for men to examine and end their use of domestic and family violence.

In 2017, Women NSW funded No to Violence to: 

·         provide sector development to the men’s domestic and family violence sector in NSW; and

·         To act as secretariat to, and advocate on behalf of, the Network.

The Network meets every month to discuss strategic priorities, the latest sector news, and engage in professional development. The Network meeting is open to anyone who is interested in male family violence interventions, please contact the Secretariat for more information on the next meeting.

The current Co-Chairs of the Network are Jennifer Lang (BaptistCare Counselling and Family Services) and Megan Boshell (Mission Australia). 

The Network is made up of registered and provisionally registered men’s behaviour change providers as listed on the NSW Department of Communities and Justice website (add link here). We encourage collaboration amongst network members. If you require contact details for any of the service providers please contact No to Violence.