MARAM and Information Sharing Resource Hub

State Government Guidance

These resources have been developed by the Victorian State Government to support the implementation of the Information Sharing Schemes and MARAM.

Update

New MARAM practice guides and tools released for professionals working with adults using family violence. These resources build on the MARAM Framework (released 2018) and victim survivor focused Practice Guides (released 2019).

Centre Resources

The Centre has created the following resources to support the implementation of the MARAM framework and Information Sharing Schemes. These resources aim to increase knowledge, confidence and capacity among child and family services, and allied sectors, to work collaboratively to contribute to positive practices for children and their families. 

Case Studies

The following case studies (examples only) are provided to assist understanding of the practical application of the Child Information Sharing Scheme and the Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme for child and family services. 

Videos and Webinars

Coordinated and Collaborative Responses

This webinar series is a collaboration series between the Centre, Domestic Violence Victoria and No To Violence exploring collaborative responses for MARAM Responsibility 9 and 10.

Family Services and Specialist Family Violence Services

Q&A Infant Mental Health & Family Violence

Other Resources

MARAM and Information Sharing Training

To simplify planning for staff professional development, the Centre has developed a training summary outlining accessible training relating to MARAM and the Information Sharing Schemes. The training summary provides an overview of the relevant training for all workers prescribed in MARAM framework organisations or within Information Sharing Entities (ISEs).

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