Unconventional family violence program wins funding in Indigenous communities

​On Saturday 7 July, we appeared in an ABC article titled, ‘Unconventional family violence program wins funding in Indigenous communities​’.

This feature article explored the fantastic work being done by the Aboriginal Male’s Healing Service, and projects that No to Violence is looking to fund.

“The work of the Aboriginal Male’s Healing Service has come to the attention of No to Violence, the main group that’s been running men’s behavioural change programs across Australia.

No to Violence has invested in the healing service, along with two other Aboriginal organisations in Cape York and Alice Springs.

With the help of a $650,000 funding boost from the Federal Government, they’re planning to develop early intervention tools and new ways to teach communities about respecting women.”

No to Violence is committed to working with Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs), and delivering our Reconciliation Action Plan in the coming months.

Read the full article here.