The Andrews Labor Government is intervening earlier so that vulnerable families and children are better supported to stay together. Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos announced $29.2 million for ChildFirst and family services to work with more than 2,000 additional families at risk of..
The Andrews Labor Government is making Victoria safer by expanding programs that make men who have committed family violence take accountability for their actions and stop abusing women and children.
Construction is underway on a new state-of-the-art Victoria Police headquarters in Melbourne’s CBD.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping thousands of women and children leave family violence and set up safe homes. More than 5000 additional survivors of family violence can access packages up to $10,000 – up from $7000 – which can be used to cover costs..
Struggling families in the Latrobe Valley can now access safe and affordable financial services at a new one-stop shop in Morwell.
The Andrews Labor Government’s efforts to prevent family violence will be presented today as part of a Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) showcase.
The Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People, Andrew Jackomos, has advised the Government that he will not seek reappointment when his current term ends next year.
The Andrews Labor Government is partnering with some of Victoria’s largest businesses to break down barriers to employment and ensure no Victorian jobseeker gets left behind.
The Andrews Labor Government has created 20 new senior jobs for allied health professionals to further develop their skills through ground breaking clinical research and education that will improve quality of care for patients.
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The Andrews Labor Government is making long service leave fairer for women, families and those transitioning to retirement.