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Fairfield, VIC Australia
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Forensicare's estimated annual revenue is currently $89.4M per year.
  • Forensicare's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Forensicare has 331 Employees.
  • Forensicare grew their employee count by 6% last year.
  • Forensicare currently has 1 job openings.
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Forensicare (Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health) is Victoria's leading provider of forensic mental health care. We work to meet the needs of consumers with serious mental illnesses across the justice system, mental health sectors and the community. Our services deliver a range of mental health programs targeted at patients with different needs at different stages of recovery; from early intervention and prevention, inpatient care, rehabilitation and community transition support. These services are delivered through: > Thomas Embling Hospital, a secure forensic mental health hospital > Prison Mental Health Services > Community Forensic Mental Health Service We also work in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology through the Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science to deliver a forensic mental health research program, specialist training and ongoing professional education. Our services are expanding and we need more mental health professionals. If you're a mental health professional looking to take your career to the next level, take a look at the roles we have available via our website.



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Forensicare News

09/03/2019 - Rosie Batty welcomes Victoria Police's new mobile application to assess family violence risk

... pilot, using questions formulated in consultation with survivors like Ms Batty, and researchers from Swinburne University and Forensicare.

09/08/2019 - Eurydice Dixon's killer told psychologist he wasn't sure he would 'go the whole way' with murder

Forensicare psychologist James Ogloff said the then teenager saw Dixon's death as “probably inevitable”. “He is someone who has watched ...

09/03/2019 - News Echuca survivor: family violence tool 'step in the right ...

It comes after a two-year pilot, developed in consultation with researchers from Swinburne University and Forensicare and survivors like Rosie ...