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Become a Volunteer
Make a difference to the lives of Aboriginal victims/survivors of family violence by volunteering at FVPLS Victoria. Click here for further information.
See our Spring/Summer 2015 Newsletter here.
Check out the September 2014 FVPLS Victoria Newsletter here.
Call the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria toll free on 1800 105 303.
If you need support after hours you can call Women's Domestic Violence Crisis Service of Victoria on
The Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria (FVPLS Victoria) provides assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims/survivors of family violence and sexual assault and works with families and communities affected by violence.
The FVPLS Victoria head office is in Collingwood, covering the Melbourne area. We have an office and staff in Mildura, in Warrnambool, covering the Barwon South West Region and in Bairnsdale covering the Gippsland region. Click here for office locations.
FVPLS Victoria will give telephone and/or face to face legal advice to victims/survivors of family violence and sexual assault. Counselling is also available in these locations.
Go to our Legal Services page for more information about support available.
Sisters Day Out®
Our next workshop is on 14 April 2015 in Portland.
Have a look at the flyer and register on our Prevention and Education page.
Information Workshop on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Assault: Telling Your Story - Warrnambool
FVPLS Victoria and knowmore are presenting an information workshop for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Warrnambool on 16 April 2015.
Tammy Anderson will be performing her acclaimed theatre show, I Don’t Wanna Play House, sharing her own experiences through dance and song.
Our workshop will provide an important opportunity for community to break the silence around child sexual abuse through experiencing Tammy’s empowering performance, as well as for community members to receive information on the Royal Commission and find out how they may participate in the Commission if they wish to do so.
See the flyer for the workshop here.