As seen on Channel Ten’s The Project Feature Stories.
A group for men wanting to say “NO” to violent and controlling behaviour. Learn new ways of relating to your partner, children and others. Group facilitators are experienced in working with men who use controlling behaviour. Partners are offered resources and services.
20 weekly sessions are followed by monthly meetings for six months.
See us at
Link Health and Community – Clayton
Clayton Community Centre
Level 1, 9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton
6:30pm – 8:15pm
$20 per week
$10 per week with a Health Care Card
You can also seek assistance from the following organisations:
Women’s Support Line – Phone: 1300 134 130
EDVOS – Phone: 9259 4200 (Eastern Region)
Safe Steps (formerly Women’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service of Victoria) Please Note: the crisis line can be busy and there may be a wait before a caller speaks directly to a support worker.
Phone: 9928 9600 or toll free: 1800 015 188 – 24 hours 7 days a week.
In Touch – services for women and families affected by domestic violence and abuse.
Phone: 03 9413 6500 or toll free: 1800 755 988 – 10am – 4pm, Monday to Friday
The Aboriginal Family Violence Victoria (FVPLS) provides legal advice, counselling, information, referral and support to Aboriginal victims/survivors or people at immediate risk of family violence and sexual assault as well as to parents/carers of Aboriginal children.
Phone: 9244 3333 or toll free: 1800 105 303
Men’s Referral Service – Phone: 1300 766 491
Anglicare Victoria (Lilydale and Knox – Men’s Behaviour Change Program) Phone: 9735 4188
Relationships Victoria – KEW Phone: 9261 8700, BORONIA Phone: 9725 9964
Yarra Valley Community Health – Phone: 1300 130 381