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Rehabilitation, mental health & addiction programs trump prisons any day, says veteran crime writer John Silvester. theage.com.au/victoria/law-a…
If housing was considered in inflation data (a key cost-of-living gauge), the rate would be "significantly higher".… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has welcomed the Victorian Government‘s 10-year Ending Family Violence: Victoria’s Plan for Change.
The Roadmap to Reform: strong families safe children package announced today is an important step towards improving the wellbeing of vulnerable children and families. In this blog, VCOSS summarises key initiatives.
The VCOSS 2016-17 State Budget Submission: Putting people back in the picture outlines a number ways the Victorian government can support vulnerable children and families in the early years of childhood.
The Victorian Council of Social Service has said the report delivered by the Royal Commission into Family Violence is “a landmark moment and a turning point in addressing the scourge of family violence in Victoria”.
The latest Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) National Report 2015 shows the gap between developmentally vulnerable children in the most disadvantaged areas compared to the least disadvantaged areas has widened since 2009.
VCOSS recently published its 2016-17 State Budget Submission: Putting people back in the picture. It puts forward a proposal to provide children and families with holistic support from integrated services.
VCOSS recently published its 2016-17 State Budget Submission: Putting people back in the picture. The state budget submission proposes the Victorian government provide all children and young people in out-of-home care with high quality therapeutic placements.