For women fleeing violence, this service is vital - why is it begging for funding?

Nieve Walton
Updated June 11 2024 - 9:05am, first published June 10 2024 - 5:00am
McAuley Community Services for Women chief executive Jocelyn Bignold. Picture by Adam Trafford
McAuley Community Services for Women chief executive Jocelyn Bignold. Picture by Adam Trafford

Staying at McAuley House Ballarat meant Mary* could finally rest after spending months moving between different motels and crisis accommodation centres across Melbourne.

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Nieve Walton

Nieve Walton

Journalist

Nieve covers federal and state politics for The Courier focusing on the issues facing Ballarat. Something bothering you in the community or want to see change? Send an email at nieve.walton@thecourier.com.au

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