Conference Partnerships

The Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association warmly invites your organisation to support our conference as a partner, sponsor and/or exhibitor at the Stop Domestic Violence Conference.

9,200 email subscribers

2,300+ social media followers

300 – 320 delegates

6 Program Advisory Committee Members + 9 Industry Champion Keynotes + Over 120 Sessional Speakers + Poster Presentations + Networking Opportunities

BENEFITS OF PARTNERING

REACH out to over 12,000+ in our DV network

INCREASE exposure and value with our 12-18 month marketing campaign

ALIGN with other industry champions and organisational leaders

NETWORK with the 91% of delegates that attend the social component

RECONNECT with valued colleagues or clients (32% delegates have been to 2 or more Conferences)

GENERATE leads (68% of delegates are fresh faces)

DEVELOP new relationships with individuals as well as organisations – 220+ unique organisations represented

EXPAND your digital exposure – our website and LinkedIn are updated weekly, our Facebook and Twitter daily

BE SEEN as an organisation committed to stopping domestic violence!

“We have been partners since 2016. This Conference continually draws industry leaders and a calibre of delegates compatible with our services. It is a great way to promote, share and connect with our marketing group.”

Partner 2016 & 2017

Delegate state of origin (%)

  • VIC
  • NSW
  • QLD
  • ACT
  • NT
  • TAS
  • WA
  • SA
  • International

Our people are in roles like:

25% program or support service delivery professionals, 23% delegates from pivotal leadership and management levels of organisations (CEO, Director, GM, etc), 12% from medical industry (psychiatrists, psychologists, GPs, clinical nurses), 17% from allied health (counsellors, social workers, case workers, music therapists, occupational therapist, support workers), 10% from education or academic (Professors, lecturers, researchers, students), 5% investigators or police, 5% from policy or advocacy and 3% from legal expertise and family law.

Gender Ratio:

  • Male
  • Female

Goals and Objectives

Our commitment to STOPPING Domestic Violence is: Information exchange + research + best practice outcomes + collaboration case studiesEducation for professionals and products, services and delivery models. We provide a platform to participate, collaborate & share to contribute to safer, caring communities. 

OUR DELEGATES ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT

  • Managing perpetrators of domestic violence
  • Preventing violence in our communities
  • Intervention of domestic violence
  • Fostering children’s safety and wellbeing
  • Collaborating and supporting diverse groups and communities
  • Building strong legal responses
  • Developing an improved mental health response
  • Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples
  • Creating a resilient workforce
  • Lived experience
  • Domestic violence and the media

2018 Partners & Exhibitors

Proud Gold Partner 2018

The Queensland Government  is pleased to partner with the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association for the STOP Domestic Violence Conference in 2018. We are committed to creating a Queensland free from domestic and family violence and have invested $323.1 million over six years to implement recommendations from the Not Now, Not Ever: Putting an End to Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland report.

We cannot address the challenges of domestic and family violence alone. The Queensland Government is looking to all sectors of the community to be our partners and work together to eliminate this form of violence. For example, Queensland Health has developed a toolkit of resources to raise awareness among all health workers across the public and private sectors and provide guidance on responding to domestic and family violence disclosures. The resources further support clinicians across a range of areas, such as maternity services, emergency department and mental health, to apply a sensitive inquiry model to identify and respond to domestic and family violence.

We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the way society and our service and justice systems respond to domestic and family violence. This Conference supports the Queensland Government’s long-term strategy designed to drive social change across our community.

Conference Partner

KHQ Lawyers was founded by two lawyers from top-tier and in-house backgrounds who believed ‘boutique’ meant nimble, responsive and modern – a belief the firm still holds dear today.

Our practice areas are national in reach and include corporate & commercial, workplace relations & OHS, commercial property, private wealth, wills & estates, taxation & succession planning, litigation, family & relationship law, technology and more. Our teams are led by highly respected practitioners, many of whom are recognised as among the best in their fields.

KHQ’s passion and dedication to high quality service delivery is at the core of everything it does.

Conference Partner

Lifeline Australia is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

We’re committed to empowering Australians to be suicide-safe through connection, compassion and hope.

DV-alert empowers participants to be confident first responders when facing issues of domestic and family violence, using the Recognise Respond and Refer model. The DV-alert program is delivered nationally. DV-alert is funded by the Department of Social Services and is a key initiative under the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children 2010-2022.

Conference Sponsor

1800RESPECT is the National Sexual Assault Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service. It is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to reduce violence under the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010–2022.

1800RESPECT is a confidential online and telephone counselling, information and referral service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is for those experiencing the impacts of sexual assault, domestic and family violence. Victims of sexual assault, domestic and family violence, as well as their family and friends, can call 1800RESPECT or visit www.1800RESPECT.org.au.

Sponsors, Exhibitors & Supporters 2017

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