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MARAM Collaborative Practice – prescribed sectors and related workforces

BREAKDOWN OF SECTOR/WORKFORCES PRESCRIBED UNDER MARAM

Sector – Human Services

Related Workforces:

  • Department of Health and Human Services Housing

  • DHHS-funded supported playgroups

  • Forensic Disability

  • Multiple and Complex Needs Initiative

  • Out-of-home Care Services

  • Refugee and migrant settlement or casework services

  • Refugee Minor Program

  • Registered Community-based Child and Family Services

  • Risk Assessment and Management Panels

  • State-funded Community housing organisations

  • State-funded homelessness accommodation or homelessness support services (providing access point, outreach and other accommodation services)

  • State-funded homelessness services

  • State-funded sexual assault services and sexually abusive behaviour treatment services

  • State-funded Specialist Family Violence Services, including family violence counselling

  • Tenancy Plus Program

  • Therapeutic Programs and Perpetrator Intervention

Sector – Health

Related Workforces:

  • Ambulance Victoria

  • Bush nursing centres

  • Designated Mental Health Services

  • Maternal and Child Health Services

  • Public hospitals

  • State-funded aged care services

  • State-funded Alcohol and other Drugs services

  • State-funded Community health centres

  • State-funded Community-managed mental health services

  • Ambulance Victoria

  • Bush nursing centres

  • Designated Mental Health Services

  • Maternal and Child Health Services

  • Public hospitals

  • State-funded aged care services

  • State-funded Alcohol and other Drugs services

  • State-funded Community health centres

  • State-funded Community-managed mental health services

Sector – Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (ACCO)

Related Workforces:

  • Aboriginal Organisation

Sector – Justice

Related Workforces:

  • Adult Parole Board

  • Child Protection

  • Children’s Court Officials

  • Corrections Victoria and Corrections funded services

  • Court-ordered Family Violence Counselling Services

  • Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria

  • Justice Health and funded programs (for children)

  • Justice Health and funded services (for adults)

  • Magistrate’s Court Officials

  • Multi-Agency Panels to Prevent Youth Offending

  • Perpetrator Intervention Trials

  • State-funded Specialist Perpetrator Intervention Services

  • Victims Assistance Program-funded services

  • Victims of Crime Helpline

  • Victims Support Agency

  • Victoria Police

  • Youth Justice and funded programs, including the Youth Parole Board (Secretariat)

Sector – Education

Related Workforces:

  • Early Years education/before after school hours care

  • Education Justice Initiative

  • Koori Engagement Support Officers

  • Lookout Program

  • Navigator Program

  • Primary School Nursing Program

  • Project REAL

  • Quality Assessment and Regulation Division (QARD)

  • Royal Children’s Hospital Education Institute

  • Schools

  • Security and Emergency Management Division (SEMD)

  • State Chaplaincy Program

  • Statewide Vision Resource Centre

  • Student Support Services

  • The Geelong Project

  • Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority

  • Victorian Institute of Teaching

  • Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority

Sector – Consumer Affairs

Related Workforces:

  • State-funded financial counselling programs

  • Tenancy Advice and Advocacy Program

The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land we stand on. We are committed to working toward creating a community where all people indigenous and non-indigenous are safe, connected and empowered to live well. The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre recognises the diverse needs of our community and we ensure our services are inclusive of all children, young people and their families including those who are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ and persons living with disability. We work collaboratively with people and partner organisations who also support our diverse client group. Interpreter and translator services are available to all our clients upon request.

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