A program for men who want to end their use of violence in their relationships but are struggling with other challenges that are making change difficult.
The Men’s Case Management Program offers individual support for men aged 18 years and over who want to take responsibility for and change their behaviour, but who are struggling with other challenges that are making change difficult.
These challenges may include:
The program can be provided face-to-face or by telephone. We will work with you to develop your goals to address the following areas of the program.
Family safety is a vital part of the program, so our staff will make contact with your family members to offer them support and assistance they might need.
We do this because people exposed to or affected by family violence also need support.
This program is fully-funded and provided at no cost to clients.
To get started, contact one of our centres in Boronia, Kew or Cranbourne North to make a time to meet privately with one of our case managers and talk about your circumstances.
If the program is suitable for you, we can provide you with up to 20 hours of support over a period of time that meet your needs.
During this time, your case manager will work together with you to identify your goals that are related to your behaviours that you want to change, and they will connect you to relevant support services. In some circumstances, we may also able to provide assistance in meeting costs associated with accessing these services.
To find out more about the program or to make an appointment with a case manager, please contact your nearest centre.
Phone: (03) 9261 8700
Phone: (03) 5911 5400
If you are in immediate danger, call Victoria Police on 000. For women's crisis support, call safe steps on 1800 015 188 or 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732. For men’s telephone and online support, call the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491.