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DFV Local Link Pilot

Domestic Family Violence Local Link

Primary care’s one-stop referral and advice point for patients impacted by domestic and family violence. If a patient has been identified as experiencing DFV, LINK for support through a simple one-stop referral pathway, designed to support you, in supporting your patients.

What is a DFV Local Link?

The DFV Local Link is a domestic and family violence specialist who can support both patients and clinicians, by providing:

  • Safety planning and risk assessment
  • Links to appropriate supports and services
  • Telephone advice and support
  • Feedback to clinicians on the outcome of the referral

How to LINK for Support

Upload the DFV Action Plan into your clinical software and send via your Local Link.

For confidential patient advice and support call or email your DFV Local Link.

Kelly Wright

Your Central Coast DFV Local Link

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT - BRISBANE WATERS (CL2250000E9)

Phone Email

Phone Number

0459 909 477 Call now

Chloe Hope

Your Hunter Valley and Port Stephens DFV Local Link

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT - HUNTER VALLEY (CL2323000FU)

Phone Email

Phone Number

0457 300 931 Call now

DFV Specialist Intake - Mid Coast

YOUR MID COAST DFV LOCAL LINK

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT - MANNING GREAT LAKES (CL2430000XC)

Phone Email

Phone Number

(02) 6551 3356 Call now

Tammy Nicholson

Your Newcastle / Lake Macquarie DFV Local Link

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT - NEWCASTLE LOCAL (CL22920009F)

Phone Email

Phone Number

0423 964 067 Call now

Alanna Wratten

Your Tamworth, and surrounds DFV Local Link

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT - OXLEY (CL23400006D)

Phone Email

Phone Number

(02) 6763 2375 Call now

DFV Specialist Intake - New England

YOUR NEW ENGLAND DFV LOCAL LINK

Medical-Objects: LOCAL COORDINATION POINT – NEW ENGLAND (AW2350000TH)

Phone Email

Phone Number

1800 004 022 Call now

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DFV is a public health issue. Studies show that women are twice as likely to disclose Domestic Family Violence and Abuse if asked by their GP or nurse in the general practice.

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