SafeMan SafeFamily

Our Story

SafeMan SafeFamily comes from Vic Tamati’s own journey to discover what it means to be a SafeMan. 

Over this time, he has met with other safe men and developed a programme of action that genuinely engages those who are caught up in lifestyle violence – a peer-led professionally supported solution to ending family violence.

SafeMan SafeFamily is committed to walking with perpetrators of any ethnicity or faith on their journey to become violence free.

It's 'normal'

for your partner to give you a fat lip for asking whether he got milk.
to hide from your dad after the All Blacks have lost.
for mum to wear a scarf in summer to hide the bruises on her throat.

This should never be normal.