We are Fvree




Family and intimate partner violence disproportionately affects women, children and marginalised people. In Victoria, and across Australia, prevalence, severity and disclosures are increasing. This can and must change.

Our work, at a glance

What is
family violence?

Not sure if what you or someone you know, is experiencing, is family violence?

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a service

If you or someone you know are in immediate danger call 'triple zero' 000. Explore the services available if you or someone you know are experiencing abuse.

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Our programs explore respect, gender equality, consent and body safety.

Partner to prevent


Training packages for individuals and groups, designed to give you the confidence to respond.

Partner to educate

More than crisis response

We provide inclusive services to people, their pets and animals, not only support those responding to family violence, but also to end the cycle of violence in our lifetime.

We do this through investing in prevention and early intervention programs offered alongside our best-practice response and recovery supports.

Who we are

the root cause

Family violence is driven by gender inequality and compounded by intersecting forms of oppression, creating overlapping experiences of discrimination.

Our work aims to tackle the drivers of family violence at the individual, community and systemic levels, while applying an intersectional approach.

What we do

Our impact

  • 0

    service hours delivered across The Orange Doors, in the Eastern Melbourne Region last financial year.

  • 0

    people completed family violence training with us since 2016.

  • 0 %

    of people who completed our family violence training felt confident to respond to a disclosure of family violence.

  • 0

    victim survivors accessed our services last financial year.

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Are you safe?

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call triple zero (000).

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