Flexible Support Packages for Family Violence
FSP with the Salvation Army
Flexible Support Packages (FSP) aim to deliver personalised and holistic responses to assist adult and child victim survivors experiencing family violence to transition from crisis and establish long-term sustainable arrangements to improve their safety, wellbeing, and independence in recovery from family violence.
Individualised packages provide flexible brokerage to victim survivors to purchase a range of tailored and practical supports based on their case management/support plan. This may include counselling, wellbeing costs, education, employment related costs, financial counselling, transport, housing stability and establishment costs, and other practical or material needs.
The FSP portal is open and accepting applications for the current financial year (F23-24).
Click here to access the portal and make an FSP application with The Salvation Army.
Click here to access information regarding the Personal Safety Initiative (PSI).
The Salvation Army Portal Resources
Direct Link Furniture
The Salvation Army Additional Brokerage Resources and forms
The Salvation Army Newsletter
Team leaders/Managers who have not directly received a newsletter to your email address to circulate to your applicant case managers, please email [email protected] to be added to our FSP communications mailing list.
Contact The Salvation Army
FSP with VACCA
Flexible Support Packages (FSP) respond to victims/survivors experiencing family violence by assisting them to stabilise and improve their safety in a crisis or post-crisis situation. For further information on VACCA’s FSPs, refer to their website.
Other FSP Options
inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence
inTouch is funded to provide flexible support packages to CALD women across Victoria. Where an agency is unable to access flexible support packages, inTouch will consider an application for CALD women.
Thorne Harbour Health
Thorne Harbour Health is funded to provide flexible support packages to members of the LGBTI community who are seeking to leave or have recently left intimate partner or family violence circumstances.
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