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A national redress scheme for survivors of institutional abuse is overdue and much needed but it is too early to say if today’s announcement from the Turnbull Government takes us any closer to establishing a comprehensive national scheme.
The Education First Youth Foyer in Shepparton will be laying out the welcome mat to community members who would like to come and have a look this Friday 14 October.
Berry Street has officially been accredited by White Ribbon Australia as a White Ribbon Workplace.
The key message from the Royal Commission into Family Violence is that there is no excuse ever for violence against women and children.
Tomorrow will see the final report from the Royal Commission into Family Violence made public. Berry Street’s CEO, Ms Sandie de Wolf AM has said:
‘As a good parent would: Inquiry into the adequacy of the provision of residential care services to Victorian children and young people who have been subject to sexual abuse or sexual exploit
Residential Care’s workforce across Victoria recently came together to celebrate Resi ROCKS 2015 at the MCG, and Berry Street’s Northern Region was delighted to win
Victoria’s largest independent family and child services organisation, Berry Street, has described the 2015 Victorian State Budget as a ‘positive step’ and commends the Government’s commitmen
On Thursday 23rd April, Berry Street will host a special evening event in Eaglemont on how to foster a healing home and provide long-term therapeutic care to childre
After more than a decade of supporting vulnerable children, young people and families in the Mitchell Shire from the office of 52 Station Street, Berry Street is on the move.