Family Violence Integration Project
The Family Violence Integration Project (FVIP) was an innovative partnership project that ran from 2011-2015, led by ECLC and funded by the Legal Services Board.
The aim of the project was to improve the response of legal and support services to victim/survivors of family violence in a coordinated and integrated manner, through the partnership and collaboration of key agencies working at the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court.
FVIP was supported by a partnership including the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court (RMC), Victoria Legal Aid Ringwood, Eastern Domestic Violence Service (EDVOS), EACH Eastern Victims Assistance & Program, Victoria Police, Eastern Men’s Behaviour Change Consortium, Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service, Court Network, Eastern Metropolitan Regional Family Violence Partnership, Eastern Metropolitan Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee, VOCAT and VCAT.
Although the FVIP has formally concluded, the partnership between agencies at the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court continues.
- Evaluation of the Family Violence Integration Project Stage 2: Progress Report
- Evaluation of the Family Violence Integration Project Stage 2: Final Report
- FVIP Midterm Report
- FVIP Final Report
To view a video about the Family Violence Integration Project, please click the image below.