Adolescents Who Use Violence in the Home
Working with service providers to build evidence on what works
The Adolescent Family Violence Project, managed by the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare and funded by Family Safety Victoria, brings together service providers from across Victoria to develop developmentally appropriate approaches to responding to young people who use violence in the home.
There are three major phases of the project:
The project aligns with recent recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Family Violence and Roadmap for Reform: Strong families, safe children around bridging current knowledge gaps in managing adolescent family violence in the home and providing appropriate supportive intervention to children and young people as needed.
For more information about the project, contact Karalyn.Davies@cfecfw.asn.au