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|Title:||Evaluation of the Green Valley Liverpool Domestic Violence Service (GVLDVS): Walking with women on their journey away from violence|
|Publisher:||Faculty of Education & Social Work, University of Sydney|
|Citation:||Laing, L. and Toivonen, C. (2012). Evaluation of the Green Valley Liverpool Domestic Violence Service: Walking with Women on their Journey away from Violence|
|Abstract:||The Green Valley Liverpool Domestic Violence Service (GVLDVS) is one of six specialist domestic violence services funded under the Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services Program (ID&FVSP). Originally providing a service only to women and children in Green Valley, the service was expanded under the ID&FVSP program to comprise six staff and extended to cover the Liverpool LGA. The GVLDVS is one of only two specialist domestic violence services located within the NSW Health sector. The brief of the service extends beyond the provision of direct services to women and children experiencing domestic violence to include an explicit focus on the promotion of a coordinated interagency response to domestic violence. This evaluation covered both its role in direct service delivery and in promoting a collaborative response to domestic violence, in particular, in its partnership with the police.|
|Type of Work:||Other|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Reports, Working Papers, and Data Sets|
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