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January 04 2024

PHN to trial pilot providing support for victim-survivors of Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence

HNECC PHN is one of six PHNs nationally that have been selected to trial an innovative Domestic Family and Sexual Violence (DFSV) pilot ensuring victim-survivors are well supported in all aspects of their daily lives through trauma-informed, culturally safe, and accessible services that support long-term recovery and healing.

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October 27 2023

Supporting Recovery: A Pilot Program to Provide Trauma-Informed Recovery Care for Victim-Survivors of Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network invites service providers in the Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence (DFSV) (including child sexual abuse) and Mental Health sectors to attend an online information session.

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September 01 2023

Safe and Healthy: Improving Primary Care’s Response to sexual abuse and child sexual assault

As part of the Commonwealth funded Family, Domestic and Sexual violence pilot initiative, the PHN will procure additional services to deliver an integrated model of support for victim-survivors of sexual violence and child sexual abuse (SV and CSA). These services will closely link to existing family and domestic violence services commissioned by the PHN and increase the capacity and capability of primary care to better care for victim-survivors. The scope of these services will be co-design ahead of the Request for Proposal (RFP) being released in November 2023.

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August 25 2023

HNECC PHN Selected to pilot the new model of trauma-informed care, supporting victim-survivors of family, domestic and sexual violence.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) is one of six PHNs that have been selected to pilot a new model of trauma-informed care to support victim-survivors of family, domestic and sexual violence commencing in 2024.

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