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Family violence and sexual violence service provider update

May 17, 2019 at 11:41 AM

From the NZFVC

The Ministry of Social Development's (MSD) latest email update for family violence and sexual violence service providers covers a number of areas of work.

You can view the updates online and subscribe to receive them to your inbox.

The May 2019 update includes:

  • Statistics for Safe to talk / Kōrero mai ka ora in the first year
  • Whānau Resilience shortlisting completed
  • Work to strengthen family violence crisis services
  • Update on project to strengthen sexual violence sector support
  • Early findings of analysis of sexual violence services

Read all past updates and sign up to receive future updates on the MSD website.

For questions about sexual violence service development email CI_Sexual_Violence_Services@msd.govt.nz and about the family violence work programme contact Family_Violence_CPP@msd.govt.nz.



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