Welcome to this survey! It should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete.

This survey is a product of the NADA Women’s AOD Services Development Program. It aims to review current practices in relation to screening and responding to clients experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) in NADA member services.It has been adapted from the NADA 2015 Women's Network survey on DV Screening.

The review may result in recommendations and adaptation of capacity building resources for NADA members.

The survey is open to all staff in NADA member organisations.
Responses will be confidential and will be collated and reviewed as a whole. No response will be attributed to any individual. The survey is open until the 10th May 2017. It will take approx. 10 minutes to complete.

For the purposes of this survey Domestic and Family Violence is defined any behaviour, in a family relationship, which is violent, threatening, coercive or controlling, causing a person to live in fear. It usually manifests as part of a pattern of controlling or coercive behaviour. (It Stops Here, 2014).

In some instances questions have been designed to differentiate between domestic violence/intimate partner violence (i.e. violence perpetrated by a partner or ex-partner) and family violence (i.e. violence perpetrated by a family member or another person in the household who is not an intimate partner).