NO MORE works with the community to reduce domestic and family violence across the Northern Territory. We do this through raising awareness of the issues of gender based violence and making social change by changing community attitudes and norms and promoting positive, equal and respectful relationships.
How we help
NO MORE aims to reduce the incidence of domestic and family violence through raising awareness and effecting social change.
NO MORE provides community information and education, group work and individual support to raise awareness and mobilise people and communities to decrease violence and increase women and children’s safety and wellbeing. We form strong collaborative relationships and work closely with sporting clubs, workplaces, community organisations, corrections, police and other community stakeholders to support community development initiatives in order to decrease the incidence and harm.
What is the referral process?
As a primary prevention program, NO MORE does not provide therapeutic interventions, instead provides referrals to relevant services such as counselling, men’s groups and therapeutic behaviour change groups.
We have NO MORE staff across the Northern Territory and a footprint in many remote communities. We also partner with individuals and organisations nationally and internationally to spread the NO MORE message.
To find out how we can LINK UP with you, your organisation or your community to reduce domestic and family violence in the Territory call or email us. You can also see what we have been doing with others and what resources are available to you on the NO MORE website www.nomore.org.au and social media pages .
Is there a cost?
The majority of NO MORE’s work is free due to government funding, sponsorship and donations. You can donate to NO MORE through our website at www.nomore.org.au
Australian Government Department of Social Services.