The CCDVC convenes the monthly DV Interagency meeting. Held on the first Wednesday (excluding January) of each month from 2pm-4pm at the Wyoming Community Centre on Maidens Brush Rd, the meeting is open to workers, volunteers and students. The content of the meetings are driven by the members, but generally include guest speakers, service updates, discussion on emerging themes & issues, and updates from the various sub-committees being:

Central Coast Against Domestic & Family Violence – formerly the White Ribbon committee, this group is the link between the general public and the CCDVC when it comes to raising awareness of DV in our community. This group is particularly busy during the 16 Days of Activism (end Nov / early Dec) with fundraisers, publicity events, and a Walk / Demonstration to bring in community and raise much-needed awareness.

Culturally & Linguistically Diverse (CALD) sub-committee – this group focusses on the unique challenges experienced by victim-survivors from multicultural backgrounds. Such barriers include poor English language skills, lack of family or friends to call on for support, and limited understanding of community services or government role in addressing gender-based behaviours

Advocacy & Outcomes sub-committee – members of this group take a bigger picture view of the sector, looking at systemic barriers and opportunities for services to work more collaboratively. The efforts of this group have previously enabled a region-wide symposium, which in turn resulted in the DV Pathways brochure

Central Coast Against Domestic & Family Violence – formerly the White Ribbon committee, this group is the link between the general public and the CCDVC when it comes to raising awareness of DV in our community. This group is particularly busy during the 16 Days of Activism (end Nov / early Dec) with fundraisers, publicity events, and a Walk / Demonstration to bring in community and raise much-needed awareness.

Culturally & Linguistically Diverse (CALD) sub-committee – this group focusses on the unique challenges experienced by victim-survivors from multicultural backgrounds. Such barriers include poor English language skills, lack of family or friends to call on for support, and limited understanding of community services or government role in addressing gender-based behaviours

Advocacy & Outcomes sub-committee – members of this group take a bigger picture view of the sector, looking at systemic barriers and opportunities for services to work more collaboratively. The efforts of this group have previously enabled a region-wide symposium, which in turn resulted in the DV Pathways brochure

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Our aim is to prevent, reduce & eliminate domestic and family violence on the Central Coast through education, awareness, advocacy & community engagement.

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Our aim is to prevent, reduce & eliminate domestic and family violence on the Central Coast through education, awareness, advocacy & community engagement.