Communities will have access to $10,000 grants to boost security and tackle local crime issues as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s commitment to crime prevention.
New funding from the Andrews Labor Government will boost front-line support to families experiencing family violence and also target perpetrators to end the cycle of violence.
Victoria is only 100 days out from supporting more people to enter the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) – a new system that will transform the lives of more than 100,000 Victorians with a disability, their carers and their families.
An overhaul of Victoria’s witness protection system will provide increased protection for people who put themselves at risk by cooperating with police.
Survivors of family violence will be at the heart of the Andrews Labor Government’s response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
More Victorian children are benefitting from attending a kindergarten program in the year before school, according to new data released by the Andrews Labor Government.
A new free online training package will help frontline workers and service providers respond to people affected by ice safely and effectively.
The Andrews Labor Government is helping emerging sports stars all over the State to fulfil their dreams by assisting with travel costs.
Twenty hospitals across Victoria will share in $35 million worth of funding to replace ageing lifesaving medical equipment with the latest state-of-the art models, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
At least 10 per cent of the work carried out on Victoria’s major projects will be undertaken by apprentices, trainees or engineering cadets.
The Andrews Labor Government is getting on with delivering early intervention and support services to help more vulnerable Victorian families and children, with the allocation of $36.7 million over four years.
The Andrews Labor Government today announced a boost for more practical support for those experiencing family violence, to help them leave a violent relationship and create a safer, more stable future.
Two innovative programs at William Angliss Institute will receive $4.47 million in Andrews Labor Government funding to get more than 1800 people skilled up for jobs in growing industries.
The Andrews Labor Government has established a new Ice Help Line as part of a $45.5 million Ice Action Plan to support families and ice users, Minister for Mental Health Martin Foley announced today.