Healthy relationship tool for men as early engagement – BETTER MAN
We have undertaken a successful pilot with 100 men and found the healthy relationships website BETTER MAN is acceptable to men and helps them connect with services such as men’s behaviour change programs. The project drew upon previous work on the exploration of barriers and facilitators to engaging with men who use violence through primary care and the development of a rapid design visualisation of a self-reflection tool for men. The project findings will be used to inform an ARC Linkage grant application to develop and test this healthy relationships tool for men this year.
Sexual Abuse and Family Violence: SAFE
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