A 7-week program that assists women to identify and understand the dynamics and impact of family violence and understand the meaning of healthy relationships.
On completion of the program, you will:
Women who have experienced family violence and want to heal and move forward.
The program runs over 7 weeks and starts at the beginning of each school term.
Online (a Zoom link will be provided after registration).
Due to the possibility of coronavirus restrictions and in the interest of community health and safety, this program is currently offered online only. As restrictions ease, we will aim to return to face-to-face service. Thank you for understanding.
Read more about our COVID-19 response.
To access this program or find out more enquire via our online form or phone at 1300 946 337.
Please note this group may be cancelled if minimum numbers are not reached.
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48 Webb Street
Narre Warren, VIC 3805
ABN: 63 066 828 936
Registered Charity Number: A0025460D
Donations greater than $2 are tax-deductible for Australian taxpayers.
Windermere is committed to protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people.
Phone: 1300 946 337
Fax: (03) 9796 7650