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 three months
  • be represented at public meetings, consultations, taskforces and committees
  • be on DV Vic’s distribution list
  • join an online Community of Practice.

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 email membership@dvvic.org.au to find out more about becoming a DV Vic member.