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Staying Home, Leaving Violence is a new program funded by Community Services (formerly DoCS). SWSLC has recently begun management of the program for the Liverpool and Fairfield areas.
Staying Home, Leaving Violence (SHLV) aims to assist women who have experienced domestic violence to remain safely in their own homes.
SHLV will enable domestic and family violence victims to remain separated from a violent partner by addressing common barriers to leaving violent relationships, namely: stable accommodation, establishment and maintenance of support networks and secure employment and education/childcare for women and their children.
SHLV Caseworkers will work closely with victims of violence to achieve the best outcomes for women and children who wish to remain at home but to escape family violence.
SHLV Caseworkers will be based at both Fairfield and Liverpool to manage the program.
For more information, contact SWSLC on 9601 7777.
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