Speak Up, Speak Out: education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

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Education program to prevent family violence and violence against women.

What is it?

Bystander training and support for young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people aged 10-12, to understand healthy, supportive and safe relationships. 

Education will be provided through fun and interesting workshops, and will include connection to culture and community. 

This project is called Speak Up, Speak Out. We will recruit young people from schools based in Moreland and Hume.

Who can use this service?

Young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people aged 10-12 from Moreland and Hume. 

Do I need a referral?

No, you do not need a referral.

Location

Essendon Football Club.   

More information

Call 1300 637 744 and ask to speak to Courtenay from Speak Up, Speak Out or email speakupspeakout@merrihealth.org.au


Speak Up, Speak Out is a partnership project between The Long Walk Trust and Merri Health.