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Survivors of family violence, members of the Shepparton Police, Department of Health and Human Services, Child Protection and VincentCare staff launched Warrior to Goddess on Wednesday in Shepparton. The book tells the stories of women who have survived family violence and attend the Touch Base Support Group. 

IT managerVincentCare Victoria is one of the leading providers of Specialist Housing Services. They provide care, hope and advocacy for Victoria’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged people. The IT department is small, but they’re really making a difference to the way the organization operated.

VincentCare's Single Client Record is a significant achievement, it makes a large part of the digital transformation VincentCare is going through and it will assist the clients so they only have to tell their story once. For people at a particularly stressful or vulnerable time in their lives, reducing the often frustrating process of having to tell their story over and over again is significant.

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Concern at sharp rise in over-65s seeking somewhere to live

WOMEN aged 65 and over are in the midst of a housing crisis in Moreland. Latest data from housing provider VincentCare revealed an increase of more than 90 per cent in women above retirement age seeking housing support in the area.

In 2015-16, VincentCare served 42 women aged 65-plus at their Northern Community Hub in Glenroy, compared to about the same number for all of 2013-15.
Sixteen of these older women who presented last year were also homeless, with nowhere to sleep, compared to only eight women in the same age group between 2013 and 2015. 

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