Our holistic approach to providing culturally responsive family violence services is what makes inTouch unique. Our whole team works together towards our vision for culturally diverse families to live free from violence.

When we very proudly celebrated our 35th anniversary in 2019, we took the time to interview members of our team. We reflected on who we are and our services and programs working across the family violence continuum, supporting our clients and the community.

We have created a suite of videos introducing you to the inTouch family and the services we offer, including our in-house community legal centre and Motivation for Change program. We were also privileged to interview our Inspire for Change victim-survivor advisory group who so bravely shared their some of their journeys, as well as some powerful messages to other women experiencing family violence with us.

To learn more about us check out the videos below. You can also see them on our YouTube Channel here.

Meet some of the inTouch team in this video and find out what makes them so passionate about the work we do.

Find out more about inTouch services and programs which work across the family violence continuum, from prevention and early intervention, to supporting women in crisis, post crisis support and recovery.

Find out more about our victim-survivor advisory group Inspire for Change, and hear from some of our members. Made up of former inTouch clients from different cultural backgrounds with lived experiences, the group provides expert advice in the prevention and response to violence against women and children.

Find out about inTouch’s Motivation for Change (MFC) program. Based on our successful inLanguage, inCulture model for victim-survivors, the MFC program is the first of its kind as it is specifically tailored to men from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The MFC program helps men reflect on their behaviours and learn ways to relate without using violence. It aims to motivate men to take the next step and access services that can help them change their behaviour.

Find out about our in-house community legal centre which was established in 2012 to provide legal advice, court advocacy and immigration support to women receiving our case management support.

Hear from some of inTouch’s Inspire for Change victim-survivor advisory group members about their journey and lived experiences of family violence.

Hear from some of inTouch’s Inspire for Change victim-survivor advisory group members, with messages to other women who may be experiencing family violence.