Living Free Project

Living Free Project: advocating for girls and women

The Living Free Project advocates for girls and women who are at risk of or in contact with the justice system in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula.

Through partnerships with legal, health and community services, the Living Free Project provides comprehensive support for participants to address multiple needs that have contributed to their contact with the justice system.

This program advocates for girls and women aiming to:

  • Improve their justice outcomes
  • Reduce the likelihood of another contact with the justice system
  • Improve access to justice support
  • Contribute to system change for all vulnerable women

The project aims to empower girls and women so they can recognise their unique strengths and abilities, create opportunities that will see them thrive, realise their potential and find out who they can be.

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