About the service
The MENS Program runs behaviour change groups for men who have used violent, abusive and/or controlling behaviours within the family and want to stop using these behaviours. The safety of women and children is a priority.
Group entry is via an assessment interview where:
- we give men information about how our program operates
- we talk with men about the situation, their behaviour/s & what they want to change.
Following assessment men can join one of our groups to work on changing their own behaviours. The weekly sessions provide men with access to information and strategies for choosing respectful behaviours and focusing on family safety and wellbeing.
Who can use the service?
Men who are having difficulty in their relationships may benefit from the M.E.N.S. Program.
Where is the service available?
The service is available at the following Peninsula Health sites:
Frankston Community Health
Frankston Integrated Health Centre
2 Hastings Road
Ph: 9784 8100
Mornington Community Health
62 Tanti Avenue
Ph: 5970 2000
How to access this service
Telephone 1300 665 781 between 8:30am-5:00pm (Monday-Friday) and an Access Worker will give you further details on the service.