DV-aware is a two-hour awareness session that raises public awareness around the issue of domestic and family violence.
You'll walk away with a basic understanding of these issues, and tools that will guide you to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, providing you the foundations to assess what you can do as an individual or group to prevent domestic and family violence.
We also provide DV-alert - Domestic and Family Violence Response Training (DV-alert) is designed to build capacity in frontline workers within universal services for whom family violence is not a core function of their role.
Who this service is for
DV-aware is for anyone in the community over 18 years of age.
How this service is delivered
Lifeline Tasmania's DV-aware training is delivered statewide throughout Tasmania.
Call or visit us online
See our website for upcoming DV-aware and DV-alert sessions, or contact us for further information.
We'll come to you (outreach)
If you are interested in DV-aware being delivered in your local area please contact Lifeline Tasmania.
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