The Living Free Project is a place-based multi-faceted response for girls at risk of, and women in contact with the justice system in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula.
Leveraging partnerships with legal, health and community services, the project enhances opportunities for women to address their multiple needs that have contributed to contact with the justice system.
The project provides advocacy for these women to improve their justice outcomes whilst simultaneously working to reduce the likelihood of further contact with the justice system. It also drives health justice partnerships to improve access to justice and deliver system change for all vulnerable women across the catchment.
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