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As part of a review of the family violence service system in Tasmania, the State Government want to hear from people with lived experience of family violence about their experience of engaging with family violence or community services in Tasmania.

People who have experienced family violence are encouraged to participate in an anonymous survey. The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete and family violence service providers can assist participants to fill out the survey.

Survey participants will remain completely anonymous.

The survey will close 11pm on Sunday 2 December 2018.

surveys.emrs.com.au/wix/1/p2788601.aspx

and details of review:
www.dpac.tas.gov.au/safehomessafefamilies
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