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Earlvention offers training programs and community forums aimed at preventing Family Violence and Child Abuse.


What We Do


During our more than 30 years working in children and family services, we have identified the significant increase in demand for frontline services especially in relation to Family Violence. We believe the key to improving the safety of all community members is primary prevention and early intervention. This is best achieved through education, training and



 We assist in ensuring organizations have appropriate

policies and procedures in place to protect society’s most vulnerable resource, our children. We stress that the safety of children is a priority for all and that all children are treated with respect and their diverse needs are acknowledged and accepted.

Earlvention aims to upskill, all members of the community, to recognise and respond to Family Violence and Child Abuse to lead to better outcomes for children and families.

Our Vision

Earlvention is based on encouraging respect for all members of our diverse community, giving a voice to the most vulnerable by empowering and mentoring those who work with them. Our workshops, training and community forums are aimed at educating the community to address gender inequality and valuing the safety of children

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About Us

Earlvention provides workshops, training and consulting and community forums in Family Violence and Child Abuse. We have developed our own training material, based on more than 30 years working in the field of Family Violence and Child Abuse.

We coordinate community forums to bring together family violence services and anyone else committed to working in partnership to prevent family violence within our community


We can also provide consulting, relevant to your organisation and customise training to meet the needs of individual organistions/community groups.

Acknowledgment of Country

Earlvention Acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We would like to pay respects to elders past, present and emerging.

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