Next Monday, 22 March in South Hedland, the WA Centre for Rural Health is seeking community feedback on strategies to reduce family and domestic violence across the Pilbara. Join them from 10:30am to 1:30pm at Lotteries House, 2 Leake Street South Hedland, to contribute to the consultation.
The Stronger and Safer Communities and Families for the Pilbara Project is part of the broader Vital Change Programs, an outcome of the Pilbara Family and Domestic Violence Network, led by WACOSS and funded by BHP. By attending, you will hear about the project and how the strategy plans to raise awareness and build community capacity to reduce family and domestic violence across the Pilbara.
Community members and service providers are encouraged to contribute to the discussion to co-design a place-based strategy, and a light lunch will be provided.
Limited tickets are available, so please register now to secure your place.