The good practice database
is a publicly accessible collection of examples of Australian domestic violence related programs, services or responses which reflect elements of good practice.
The database helps to promote high standards across the sector, by enabling agencies and service providers to keep up-to-date with service models, new initiatives and current standards of practice and to assist planning and development in a field where resources are often limited. In addition, the database can help ensure cash-strapped services are not “re-inventing the wheel”, and is testimony to the collaborative and cooperative ethic embraced by professionals working to reduce violence or support victims. Want to know more?
Clearinghouse publications on good practice
Other Clearinghouse good practice publications
resources about good practice
culturally and linguistically diverse communities
rural & remote communities
same sex and sexual minorities