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Supporting salon professionals as champions of change : the HaiR-3R’s program and responding in the salon context Hannah McCann and Kali Myers

By: McCann, Hannah.
Contributor(s): Myers, Kali.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Melbourne, Vic : Eastern Domestic Violence Service (EDVOS), 2019Description: electronic document (33 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-0-73405472-2.Subject(s): University of Melbourne | DISCLOSURE | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FAMILY VIOLENCE | HAIRDRESSERS | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | PROGRAMME EVALUATION | TRAINING | SUPPORT SERVICES | AUSTRALIA | VICTORIAOnline resources: Click here to access online | About HaiR-3Rs Summary: This report reflects on the strengths and future directions of the Eastern Domestic Violence Service’s (EDVOS) HaiR-3R’s program. EDVOS is a not-for-profit specialist family violence service for Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region. EDVOS has developed the HaiR-3R’s (Recognise, Respond and Refer) program. The program is inspired by and adapted from the long-running “Cut It Out” program in the United States. The aim of the research that forms the basis of this report is to provide additional qualitative data to sit alongside EDVOS’s own internal training evaluation analysis Through this report the authors hope to offer further insight into the effectiveness of EDVOS’s HaiR-3R’s program, as well as identify possible opportunities for future development of the HaiR-3R’s program or similar training. (From the Introduction). Record #6237
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This report reflects on the strengths and future directions of the Eastern Domestic Violence Service’s (EDVOS) HaiR-3R’s program. EDVOS is a not-for-profit specialist family violence service for Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region. EDVOS has developed the HaiR-3R’s (Recognise, Respond and Refer)
program. The program is inspired by and adapted from the long-running “Cut It Out” program in the United States.

The aim of the research that forms the basis of this report is to provide additional qualitative data to sit alongside EDVOS’s own internal training evaluation analysis Through this report the authors hope to offer further insight into the effectiveness of EDVOS’s HaiR-3R’s program, as well as identify possible opportunities for future development of the HaiR-3R’s program or similar training. (From the Introduction). Record #6237

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