Are you experiencing family/domestic violence? • If you are in danger, call 000 • For information call 1800 RESPECT • Animal support information available here.

Are you experiencing family/domestic violence?
• If you are in danger, call 000
• For information call 1800 RESPECT
• Animal support information available here.

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Bec Driver – Aware Arc team

Bec Driver

 

What is your role?

 

I am the Community Engagement and Training Officer (CETO) for Lucy’s Project in the Shoalhaven region for the AWARE ARC Project and also work as a Domestic Family Violence Specialist Worker for the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service.

 

Why did you decide to work on the AWARE ARC project?

 

As a Domestic Family Violence Specialist worker, I am very aware of the link between domestic and family violence and animal abuse and the role animals play in maintaining connection, mental and emotional wellbeing. I felt that the AWARE ARC project was a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness and initiate positive change in a space that resonates so personally with me.

 

What do you hope to achieve in your local community?

 

I hope to achieve greater community awareness, appropriate human and animal victim referral pathways, animal inclusive services/practices and positive change.

 

Who should get in touch with you and how?

 

I can be contacted on 0493 068 502 or at my email address shoalhaven@lucysproject.com.au