Mr GRIMLEY (Western Victoria) (11:40): (1359) My question is to the Minister for Prevention of Family Violence in the other place. Family violence is a matter of huge concern to Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party. It leaves a huge scar on its victims. The Report of the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor earlier this year was quite scathing on men’s behaviour change program funding, saying 500 men could be waiting to access a program at any one time. It further said that for those on court-ordered change programs, many men finish their community correction orders before the behaviour change program actually finishes. Bethany Community Support Geelong recently told the Geelong Advertiser their wait time for accessing men’s behaviour change programs was over six months. They also said that if they could split the young offenders from older offenders by offering an under-25s-only program, it would be hugely beneficial, as young men seem to have a great prospect for change. There are a number of other ideas that Bethany Geelong and other perpetrator intervention providers have to reduce this scourge. Minister, will you meet with me to discuss some of these ideas and potential future funding opportunities for this local provider of perpetrator services?