In 2020, the Motivation for Change (MFC) program will work with a number of communities including men from the horn of Africa and South Sudan, and young men aged between 18 and 30. It is free to participate in the program and is completely voluntary. See information on the 2020 program here.

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 combined one-on-one case management support and group sessions provide men a safe space to share their experiences, learn coping strategies and strengthen their relationship with their family.

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.

To make an enquiry on the program phone 03 9413 6543 or email mfc@intouch.org.au

If you’d like to find out more about the 2019 MFC trial program, see this article with case studies and testimonials here.