The Orange Door Network has opened in Central Highlands to support people living in the Ballarat, Ararat, Golden Plains, Pyrenees, Moorabool and Hepburn shires.
The Orange Door Network provides access to support and services for people at risk, including for family and domestic violence or abuse, and for families needing extra support with the wellbeing and development of children.
In Central Highlands, The Orange Door is a strong collaboration between Child and Family Services (Cafs) Ballarat, Berry St (Western Region) and Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative (BADAC) and the Victorian Government.
The Orange Door in Central Highlands will deliver crucial support for adults, young people and children in need, including risk assessment, safety planning and crisis assistance, as well as crucial links to services for ongoing support, bringing together workers from specialist family violence, child and family, Aboriginal and men’s services.
You can read more about the opening of The Orange Door in Central Highlands on the Victorian Government website: https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/orange-door-now-open-central-highlands
Find out how to contact The Orange Door on the ‘find a service near you’ page: https://orangedoor.vic.gov.au/find-a-service-near-you