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Emma House Domestic Violence Service (Emma House) and The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre (The SAFV Centre) have formed a partnership to explore the opportunity of becoming a merged organisation. Emma House and The SAFV Centre recognise a strong alliance between the two specialist family violence organisations; they each share similar philosophy, purpose and... Read more
Emma House is disappointed by an article that appeared in a local newspaper this week, which attempted to bring our organisation into disrepute and undermine the valuable work we do to support women and children experiencing family violence by publishing comments from a former staff member who was only employed for short period of time.... Read more
Emma House welcomes the release of the Federal Government’s National Plan Stakeholder Consultation Final Report. We strongly support the findings and themes, which demonstrate a thorough stakeholder consultation process and point to specific, tangible outcomes to address the domestic violence crisis we are facing in Australia. Emma House Chairperson, Gabrielle Toscan, reiterated the importance of... Read more
MARAM Collaborative Practice Training is now available to professionals across the South West District Region. Please click here for details: Maram Collaborative Training Flyer 2022. What is MARAM Collaborative Practice Training? The MARAM Collaborative Practice training focuses on both collaborative practice and foundational aspects of MARAM that enable collaboration. The training enables practitioners to contribute... Read more
COVID-19 – Our continued support to you Emma House is continuing to deliver essential services to women and children who are experiencing family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to COVID-19 and the increasing impact on our community, Emma House is changing the way we provide family violence services. These changes are based on advice... Read more