News & events
Social media & healthy development: Where to from here?
Bringing together research, clinical, practice and policy experts to examine the prevalence of and impact of technology use on young people. Monash University George Jenkins Theatre. July 20, 2017 9:30am-4.30pm
Art group 2017: Clay and mosaics
Adults affected by sexual abuse and/or family violence are invited to join the Seaford-Mornington Peninsula SECASA art group. You will be welcomed into an enjoyable and safe space to learn and create your artwork. You don’t need any previous experience to attend.
Support group for women who have a relationship with a sexual violence offender
You are invited to attend this support group for women who have been affected by having a long term relationship with an offender of sexual abuse. The relationship could be familial, close friendship or person in a position of power.
Swinging away from violence
A group for women who are or have experienced violence from sexual assault or domestic violence. Come and meet others from similar circumstances while enjoying group support in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
SECASA, YouthLaw and others together with funding from Victoria Law Foundation have produced a postcard aimed at boys and girls about sexting.
Family violence counselling service
The SECASA Family violence counselling service provides counselling for adults children and young people who are or have been victims of family violence.
Groups and workshops by Centres Against Sexual Assault
The Victorian Centres Against Sexual Assault offer a wide range of professional development workshops as well as groups and programs for victim/survivors of sexual assault, parents/carers and schools.