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We are a leading accredited service, which provides services, programs and responses to issues of family violence in migrant and refugee communities. By acknowledging the rights and diverse experiences of our clients, we develop and implement a number of culturally sensitive and holistic models for the provision of services to both victims and perpetrators of family violence. In tackling the issues of family violence we act on multiple levels – individual, relationship and community. Our organisation strives to create a world where all women and children will be safe and free from violence.


Following an extensive national search process, the Board of inTouch has appointed Ms Michal Morris as the new Chief Executive Officer of inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence. She will take up her appointment on 13 November 2017.

As an organisation with unique expertise in the family violence sector, inTouch has been acknowledged by the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence as a specialist organisation and key partner for the Andrews’ Government in delivery of Family Violence sector reforms. In view of this, the Board was looking for a strategic, visionary and energetic CEO to lead inTouch at this critical time of fast-paced change and guide its growth into the future.

Ms Morris brings outstanding experience, skills and knowledge to this appointment. She has a deep commitment to social justice evidenced by a senior executive career across the government and third sector, driving access and equity in client centred care and evidence based service and program delivery.

Ms Morris has served as a Non-Executive Director on the inTouch Board for several years, where her status will now change to being an Executive Director.

“We are excited by the opportunities which lie ahead for inTouch and look forward to working with Ms Morris in this new capacity” said Board Chair Faye Spiteri.


Authorised: F. Spiteri, Chair

31 October 2017


inTouch impact in 2016
inTouch impact in 2016
inTouch impact in 2016
inTouch impact in 2016


Our purpose is simple and clear – we are committed to changing lives, changing communities.

Our work – services and programs – is underpinned by 4 key principles and focused on strengthening our LEADERSHIP position by fostering the culture of INNOVATION, using INFLUENCE to shape state, national and international agendas and making a long-lasting positive IMPACT on lives of people and communities we work with.


Multidisciplinary model

Multi-lingual, bi-cultural workforce

The only statewide accredited family violence service specialising in culturally tailored support and programs

Work across the family violence continuum – from crisis intervention to recovery

Work with women, children, men & communities