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Thanks to the $9,000 received from the Kimberley Grants Program, the Men’s Outreach Service Broome was able to extend their program to help women for the first time.

Through the women’s cultural safety and cultural immersion activities workshop, the service can promote healing and social connection for women in violent relationships.

The women spend time on Country gathering bush tucker and medicines and undertaking traditional ceremonies, which is part of the process of reconnecting with culture. Participants learn to identify abusive behaviour, which gives them a voice and empowers them to hold the men in their lives to account.

A big focus of the program, for both men and women, is creating a deeper understanding of the impact that intergenerational trauma and colonisation have on their lives and behaviour, and the healing that must take place.

Men’s Outreach Service Broome works with both victims and committers of domestic abuse in the Broome community.

Change Em Ways program


Round 7 of Kimberley Community Grants has now closed. We will be announcing the recipients for 2021 by early July.

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