The Inner North West Primary Care Partnership (INW PCP) was formed in 2010 from over 30 health and human service agencies within the four local government areas (LGAs) of Melbourne, Yarra, Moreland and Moonee Valley. The catchment includes some 456,647 residents (as of 2012) and three neighbourhood renewal areas. The vision of the INW PCP is founded on the social model of health, and aims to improve the health and wellbeing of our target population. The INWPCP seeks to achieve this by engaging and collaborating with member agencies in the primary care and acute sectors around integrated health promotion, service coordination and integrated chronic disease management. The INW PCP has identified particular priorities unique to its catchment area, which include: STRATEGIC PRIORITY 1: Prevention of Violence against Women (inclusive of children and families) STRATEGIC PRIORITY 2: Improve system capacity to increase prevention and support people from priority populations with chronic disease and its co-morbidities.