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Special pre Christmas class

16th December 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 789 views.

Heavy Metal assists group participants to develop their own personal plan to make Christmas SAFE and full of love for their families

City of Casey Council is interested in supporting Heavy METAL programs

16th December 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 868 views.

David Nugent from Heavy METAL Group had a meeting this week with Councillors Cr Wayne smith, Cr Geoff Ablett and Cr Damien Rosario from City of Casey.

White Ribbon Day Men’s Breakfast 2016

8th December 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 763 views.

David told his heartfelt story to 90 high profile attendees at the Jewish Care White Ribbon Day Men’s Breakfast in Sydney.

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

2nd December 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 798 views.

Regional counsellors are calling for services that target perpetrators of domestic and family violence to achieve long-term change.

Men's Group Phase 1

25th November 2016 Reading Time: 1 minute 849 views.

Get a quick view of the type of work we do in the Men's Behaviour Change Program

White Ribbon Day walk against violence

22nd November 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 747 views.

Cardinia Family Violence Network invites you, your friends, families and colleagues to walk against violence.

Featured in Gazette Pakeham: Picking up signs of domestic abuse

19th November 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 773 views.

Medical staff will be trained on how best to recognise signs of abuse and encourage victims to seek support as part of the $1.2 million state Strengthening Hospital Responses for Family Violence initiative

Community Event at Hallam College

12th November 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 1054 views.

Hallam College successfully held a community event with the screening of Call Me Dad on the 26th August.

Upcoming Screening of Call Me Dad at Hoyts Entertainment Quarter Moore Park

4th November 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 971 views.

Relationships Australia NSW's screening event of Call Me Dad is an opportunity to have some honest and open conversations about men using abuse and violence in the home.

Call Me Dad Film

28th October 2016 Reading Time: 1 minutes 1219 views.

A group of fathers confront the pain they have caused and take hold of a chance to transform their most precious relationships.