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‘The recommitment of the federal and state governments to the national action plan to tackle family violence recognises the significant harm it causes to women and children,’ says Be
'Today’s announcement by Premier Napthine and Community Services Minister Wooldridge has shown their commitment to Victoria’s most vulnerable children a
No child is removed from their parents’ care without compelling evidence of the significant harm they have suffered.
‘Berry Street opposes the cuts to income and social supports for vulnerable young people announced in the 2014 Federal Budget,’ says CEO Sandie de Wolf AM.
‘The Government’s planned investment in infrastructure is welcome, but to be truly effective it has to be matched by a commitment to improving Victoria’s social infrastructure.
A Clinical Psychologist in Berry Street’s Statewide therapeutic program, Take Two, has received a fellowship to travel to the USA and Canada in May and June to study best practice
A story of a tumultuous and complex relationship with a boyfriend is the inspiration behind a street art piece that renowned Melbourne artist Kaff-eine will paint in All Nations
‘What should a good childhood look like?’, that is the question asked today, 3 March, by The Berry Street Childhood Institute as their Imaginate national multimedia comp
The stories of some of Victoria’s most vulnerable children and young people are told, in their own words, with the launch of the HEARTCORE book.
Caroline Carroll, herself a Forgotten Australian, will be recognised for more than 10 years of advocacy on behalf of, and service to, this group when she receives an Order of Australia award