Benefits of Membership

Benefits

As a member, you can:

  • bring grassroots issues into the public policy arena
  • take part in coordinated action to reform public policy and improve the service system
  • tap into professional development aligned with family violence sector standards
  • receive the monthly DV Vic e‐bulletin covering contemporary policy discussions and current events
  • participate in Members’ meetings every two months
  • be represented at public meetings, consultations, taskforces and committees
  • be on DV Vic’s distribution list
  • join an online Community of Practice on The Lookout website.

Types of membership

Full membership is open to any organisation that:

  • supports a specialist response to women and children experiencing family violence
  • endorses the purpose, objectives and values of DV Vic as set out in the Constitution.

Associate membership is open to any organisation or individual that:

  • has an interest in family violence prevention
  • endorses the purpose, objectives and values of DV Vic as set out in the Constitution.

Full members have voting rights, while associate members don’t.

Please contact us to find out more about becoming a DV Vic member.