DVNSW members work across the continuum of responses to domestic and family violence (from prevention through to crisis) including: outreach, safety planning and support, case management, advocacy, court assistance, housing and legal assistance, information, training and referrals.
DVNSW members work to empower women, their families and communities to live safe and free from violence. Our members specialise in providing comprehensive specialist support and advocacy for women, families and communities impacted by domestic and family violence.
The advocacy work undertaken by DVNSW is informed by the experiences and expertise of its members, the domestic and family violence sector and the interests of the women, families and communities affected by violence.
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We have three types of membership available:
DVNSW Member (organisation/service)
Membership of DVNSW is available to not for profit, non-government organisations that support our overarching principles and provide specialist domestic violence or family violence services or programs or provide specific support services to women and their children. DVNSW Members have two votes.
DVNSW Founding Member (individual)
Founding Members are women working in domestic violence, many of whom have been part of the sector for decades and have led best practice in working with women and children.
Founding members are individuals who were working in DVNSW Member services as at 31st December 2014. Founding members have one vote and access to all the entitlements of DVNSW Members. They continue to have these rights as long as their organisation remains a DVNSW Member.