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News and Updates


Dardi Munwurro would like to update you in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting on our services.

The (COVID-19) has created uncertainty about service delivery and operations, and Dardi Munwurro is taking advice from state and federal government medical authorities on how best to respond.

Our priority is the health and wellbeing of our clients, families and staff, and we are committed to maintaining our service to community in the best possible way.

Staff and Managers met on Monday to develop a measured and considered contingency plan for how Dardi Munwurro will respond now, and as things change. As a result Dardi Munwurro has made the difficult decision to cancel all group work, events and gatherings until further notice. 

Dardi Munwurro staff will be making contact with clients and families over the next couple of days to discuss how we can best support you in the coming weeks. Please do not hesitate to ring our staff if you have any questions

I’m sincerely sorry for the inconvenience and like all organisations, families and communities who have been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19), Dardi Munwurro will calmly and strategically get through this eventful time.

Pies partner with Dardi Munwurro

A world-first residential men’s behavior change program has been launched by Dardi Munwurro, in partnership with the Collingwood Football Club and the Victorian Government.

Koori Men’s Behavioural Change Program Launched

The Andrews Labor Government today launched a new $3 million program which aims to break the cycle of inter-generational trauma of family violence in Aboriginal families and communities.

Dardi Munwurro and Collingwood FC launch residential Aboriginal MBCP

​​​​Last Friday Dardi Munwurro launched their residential program for Aboriginal men using violence at the Collingwood Football Club training precinct. It was an incredible moment for our board member.

Boost for family violence perpetrator

The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to reduce family violence, with a leading Aboriginal service provider receiving a major grant to deliver a specialist service across the state.