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Practice Forum November

Brothers Leagues Club 20 Wildey Street, Raceview

Common Risk and Safety Framework – Using the Level 2 Risk Assessment and Safety Planning Tool What to expect: This Practice Forum will guide professionals in government and non-government support services to use the Level 2 Risk Assessment and Safety Planning Tool component of the Common Risk and Safety Framework (CRASF). The tools provide resourcesContinue reading "Practice Forum November"

$10 – $30

Practice Forum: September

Brothers Leagues Club 20 Wildey Street, Raceview

Common Risk and Safety Framework – Using the Level 1 Tool What to expect: The Level 1 Tool is a screening tool designed to be used by any person who may meet someone who has experienced, or is experiencing, domestic and family violence (DFV). This Forum is aimed at professionals in generalist services, including butContinue reading "Practice Forum: September"

$10 – $30

Red Rose Rally

We must do more to Change the Ending:  Let’s Stop Domestic Violence Deaths! Domestic Violence Action Centre (DVAC) in conjunction with Red Rose Foundation will be holding a silent Red Rose Rally on Thursday 1 September 2022, 12:30 – 1:00pm at Toowoomba - Civic Square (beside City Hall), Ruthven St, Toowoomba and; Ipswich:  Beside IpswichContinue reading "Red Rose Rally"

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