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DFFH MARAM implementation

Find the latest news and information about the Department of Families Fairness and Housing's MARAM implementation activities for Quarter 2 2022-23.

MARAMIS Unit, Policy and Design, DFFH MARAMIS Implementation and Policy

The DFFH MARAMIS Implementation and Policy teams support DFFH funded program areas and agencies to align to MARAM and the informing sharing schemes. Outlined below are some achievements in the last quarter.

MARAMIS fact sheets were developed to support people receiving services from the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH). The fact sheets are translated into six commonly used languages as well as easy English to reflect the diverse communities that we support. Languages include Dinka, Somali, Simplified Chinese, Oromo, Arabic and Vietnamese. The fact sheets outline the Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) Framework and Information Schemes in everyday practice. Read the fact sheets.

Intermediate level training for practitioners working within Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations will run from March until the end of May. 

South East Community Links (SECL) will continue to facilitate webinar training sessions on the nuances of financial abuse, risk factors, and how to utilise your local financial counsellors. The sessions are designed for staff who have already completed MARAM training and who work on the frontline with clients affected by family violence.  

In November, the team delivered the keynote speech at the “Child Information Sharing Schemes Explainer” webinar hosted by the Centre for Excellence in Child and Families Welfare. Listen to a recording of the session.

For further information you can email the DFFH information sharing and MARAM implementation team at