Sponsorship

Partner, sponsor, exhibit or advertise

Reasons to align with the 3rd STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia:

  • Face to face connectivity with 300+ delegates
  • Engage with domestic violence workers, community groups, psychologists, psychiatrists, registered nurses, police, mental health support workers, operations managers, allied health professionals, academic or research fellows, legal advisors, therapists, counsellors, social workers, GPs and community leaders
  • Digital visibility throughout the campaign to a database of subscribers and a significant engaged following of ANZMH Association and Conference social media
  • Participate and collaborate in the learning environment with renown speakers, workshops and seminars that tackle current and controversial topics
  • Promote and educate the sector on your products or services and its application in Domestic Violence
  • Be visible in supporting the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association, our community and the issues that impact our environment

Join other professionals who are passionate about discussing issues, challenges and collaborating on innovative approaches to Stop Domestic Violence and its impact in our society.

Please fill out form to request a prospectus or contact Bec Byrnes, Business Partnerships Manager on +61 7 5502 2068 or via email partnerships@anzmh.asn.au


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Sponsors, Exhibitors & Supporters 2017

Keynote Partner

Sponsoring Dr Michael Salter

The RACGP and its members are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all Australians. The RACGP is Australia’s largest professional general practice organisation, representing more than 35,000 members working in or towards a career in general practice.

To find out more about the RACGP visit racgp.org.au

WiFi Sponsor

1800RESPECT is the national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service. It is a confidential service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for:

 

• People experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, sexual assault, domestic or family violence
• Friends and family
• Workers and professionals

Exhibitors

Activating Artemis

Activating Artemis provides ground breaking solutions and addressing the gaps through speaking, books, training programs and retreats for professionals, survivors and the general public: for prevention, intervention and recovery.

Changing for Good

Changing for Good, a free service of MensLine Australia, is a men’s behaviour change maintenance program. Our trained counsellors provide specialist support through telephone counselling over a 12-month period. We build on the work started in behaviour change programs, further educating and helping men to maintain respectful and violence free relationships.

Interact Support

Not-for-profit Interact Support provides low cost services, to prevent violence & conflict, for people who are separating and divorcing and between co-parents.

W: https://interact.support/

KHQ Lawyers

We are a Melbourne based law firm with expertise in family law and GLBTI matters, commercial matters, property, marketing, workplace relations, intellectual property, franchising, insolvency and technology.  We offer fixed fee services.  Most importantly, we are passionate about being the best.

1800RESPECT

1800RESPECT is the national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service. It is a confidential service available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for:

• People experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, sexual assault, domestic or family violence
• Friends and family
• Workers and professionals

Protective Group

Protective Group is known Australia wide as the leading risk management firm providing solutions for victims and survivors of family violence.

As part of Protective Group, Community Protect is the industry’s newest defense against domestic violence. Community Protect combines compassion and care with the most advanced technology bringing more safety and peace to those vulnerable to family violence.

The Salvation Army

Safe from the Start is an innovative, award winning project developed in partnership with UTAS.

The one-day training program and resource kit facilitates ‘working with children affected by family violence’.

The quote: ” A child who lives with violence is ‘forever’ changed, but not forever ‘damaged’ -and there is a lot we can do to improve their future prospects” inspired the project (Cunningham/Baker 2007).

No to Violence (NTV)

No to Violence (NTV) is the peak body and national voice for organisations and individuals working with men who use family violence within their relationships and families.

No to Violence is striving towards an Australia free from men’s use of violence against women, children and other men.

Sponsors, Exhibitors & Supporters 2016

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