This page provides information about the Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) programs currently operating in Victoria and Australia.
MARAM practice guides: Guidance for professionals working with adults using family violenceResource | 2020
Guidance for professionals working with child or adult victim survivors, and adults using family violence.
MARAM practice guides and resourcesResource | 2020
The Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework ensures services are effectively identifying, assessing and managing family violence risk.
Culturally responsive practice with men who use violenceResource | 2020
This resource is designed for family violence practitioners seeking to apply best practice principles when working with men from with migrant and refugee communities who use violence.
Writing Themselves In 4: Victoria summary reportResource | 2020
This report describes Victoria-specific findings from Writing Themselves In 4: a national survey of health and wellbeing among LGBTQA+ young people in Australia.
Exploring the place of alcohol and other drug services in the mental health systemResource | 2020
This report by 360Edge explores the role of alcohol and other drug policy, services, prevention and supports in a successful mental health system. Four key areas are identified; maintain specialisation, improve internal capability, increase external collaboration, and provide adequate funding.
Balit Durn Durn VACCHO Report to the Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health SystemResource | 2020
Balit Durn Durn was developed by VACCHO to support the Royal Commission's into the mental health system's final report. Balit Durn Durn aims to provide an overview of Aboriginal Communities' experience with the current mental health system and offers innovative Aboriginal-led solutions.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the provision of mental health careResource | 2020
The PPE guidance applies to all mental healthcare workers, including nurses, doctors, allied health, lived experience workforce, psychosocial disability support workers and other staff that are in direct contact with mental health consumers.