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RFVP Therapeutic Programs Hub

Services for CALD women

The RFVP Therapeutic Hub is a free resource available to anyone looking for therapeutic services in the Eastern Metropolitan Region. It is designed to help people connect with appropriate supports and brings together the latest information about therapeutic services in our area. All service information is regularly updated and free to download.

Please fill out the form below if you have a service that you would like us to add to the hub.


Migrant Information Centre - Individual counselling

Organisation: Migrant Information Centre (Eastern Melbourne)

Eligibility Criteria: CALD Women who have experience, are experiencing or who are at risk of experiencing family violence

Length: No limitations – based on needs of client

Location: Conducted in a place where the woman feels safe and to protect privacy.

Focus: Individual needs. Interpreters supplied if required

Contact: Via referral form on website or email mic@miceastmelb.com.au

Funded: Yes

Childcare Provided: Yes

Numbers: N/A

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Migrant Information Centre - Therapeutic Group Programs - Eastern Metro

Organisation: Migrant Information Centre (Eastern Melbourne)

Eligibility Criteria: CALD Women – to provide better understanding of the impact of family violence on themselves and their children and to support their settlement and independence in Australia.

Length: 8 weeks

Location: Changes on the group – Eastern Metro Region

Focus: Increase participant self-esteem and empower them to make choices to ensure their, and their’s children’s, safety. Understand Family Law in Australia.

Contact: Via referral form on website or email mic@miceastmelb.com.au

Funded: Yes

Childcare Provided: No

Numbers: N/A

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Chinese Community Social Services Centre - HERS: Hope Empowerment Resilience Strength - Online & Offline

Organisation: Chinese Community Social Services Centre

Eligibility Criteria: All vulnerable Chinese-speaking women (no matter their visa status) especially victim survivors of family violence

Length: 6 weeks – Wednesdays 10am -12pm

Location: Online & offline

Focus: HERS will serve as a mutual support hub to provide culturally appropriate supports and connections for a variety of life aspects including mental health, employment, family violence support, parenting

Contact: Via self-referral or practitioner. Contact Peter Chen or Lily Luo at CCSSC on 9898 1965

Funded: No

Childcare Provided: No

Numbers: N/A

Do you have a Therapeutic Service that you would like to add to the Hub?

Please fill in the form below with as much information as you can and we will be in touch as soon as possible.

If yes, please advise.
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