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Mens education towards anger and life.

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Latest news, media releases & updates.

Happy Festive Season!

23-Dec-2016 255 views.

Heavy M.E.T.A.L. team wish you every happinnes this Christmas season and throughout the coming year

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Preparing students for the year ahead

22-Dec-2016 202 views.

David talk explored the 3R's principles : Relationships, Responsability and Respect

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Call Me Dad nominated for Casey Australia Day Award

22-Dec-2016 817 views.

Nomination was for Community Fundraising Event of the Year – 2016 category

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Family Violence Statistics

20-Dec-2016 345 views.

Coming into Christmas we know statistics in Family Violence is likely to be high based on statistics of previous years

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Special pre Christmas class

16-Dec-2016 222 views.

A special class to explore the challenges that will test participant's learning at this time of the year

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City of Casey Council is interested in supporting Heavy METAL programs

16-Dec-2016 209 views.

Heavy METAL Group and the City of Casey Council are discussing the possibility of a partnership

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Call Me Dad at Peninsula Cinemas

16-Dec-2016 217 views.

Rosebud Film Festival screens Call Me Dad

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White Ribbon Day Men’s Breakfast 2016

08-Dec-2016 243 views.

Guest Speaker: David Nugent

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Featured in ABC News: Domestic violence counsellors call for more services for men

02-Dec-2016 208 views.

"If we're going to fix the problem with domestic violence, then we've got to fix the perpetrators"

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Men's Group Phase 1

25-Nov-2016 232 views.

Last week’s session was a very empowering night for the participants of Phase 1. It was session 15 out of the 20 week program and the topic covered was Myths and Excuses

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White Ribbon Day walk against violence

22-Nov-2016 252 views.

Friday 25th November, 12pm departing from Pakenham Library

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Featured in Gazette Pakeham: Picking up signs of domestic abuse

19-Nov-2016 215 views.

EAGLE-EYED nurses and doctors at Casey Hospital are set to become better equipped to pick up on signs of domestic abuse in patients

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