Demand increases in central Victoria as GPs welcome funding for more training in family and domestic violence

Alex Gretgrix
Allanah Sciberras
By Alex Gretgrix, and Allanah Sciberras
Updated March 18 2022 - 6:45am, first published 5:30am
Picture: SHUTTERSTOCK

Domestic and family violence services across central Victoria all reported an increase in demand for services during pandemic lockdowns, which particularly affected people living in Victoria.

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Alex Gretgrix

Alex Gretgrix

Journalist

Journalist based in Bendigo, Victoria, covering health and Buloke and Campaspe Shire news at the Bendigo Advertiser. Contact via alex.gretgrix@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Allanah Sciberras

Journalist reporting on crime, local council and general news for daily newspaper, The Bendigo Advertiser. Contact me via allanah.sciberras@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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