Putting Families in Brimbank Melton First

News, Prevention & Strengthening | Posted April 6, 2022
Putting Families in Brimbank Melton First

Families in the Brimbank Melton community will receive individual support making it easier for them to access services specific to their needs thanks to a new partnership launched by the Victorian Government.

Minister for Child Protection and Family Services Anthony Carbines, together with Minister for Corrections, Crime Prevention, Youth Justice, and Victim Support Natalie Hutchins announced the launch of the Putting Families First (PFF) initiative, which will support families with some of the most complex needs to help them to stay safe, strong, and together.

Read the official media release here

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