|Author||Blagg, Harry; Ray, Donella|
|Source/Publisher||Australia Governemnt: Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs. Office for Women.|
The aim of this project was to explore models of intervention which would respond to the needs of individuals and their families in crisis as a result of Indigenous family violence. The project included a comprehensive literature review of Australian and international crisis intervention programs and services relevant to Indigenous families, and consultation with a number of Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal women’s groups and relevant service providers. The report recommends a number of intervention strategies which are based on the principle that, wherever possible, intervention should aim to divert Aboriginal offenders from unnecessary contact with the justice system.
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