Family Services

  • Do You Think Your Family May Need Help?

    We provide a range of services to all family menbers including individual counselling and case management for all family members; group counselling; structured parenting groups; referral, information, advocacy; social and multifaceted skills education; mediation and conflict resolution; general support and family relations support.

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  • Resourcing Adolescent and Families Team (RAFT)

    The RAFT Program targets 12 to 17 year olds who are at risk of leaving home or who have been out of home for up to six weeks and who are vulnerable, disadvantaged, homeless or those at risk of disadvantage and homelessness and their families. The focus is on intervening as early as possible to maintain or restore family relationships.

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  • Family Counselling Project

    This Project targets children and young people aged up to 17 years who are vulnerable, disadvantaged, homeless or those at risk of disadvantage or homelessness as well as their families. It also provides support to young parents up to the age of 25. The Project focuses on assisting young people to face issues causing problems in their lives and will work towards reconciliation where family relationships have broken down. The Project is flexible and uses a number of methods to deliver services including case management.

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  • Newly Arrived Youth Specialists (NAYS)

    This Program assists young people aged between 12 to 21 years who are vulnerable, disadvantaged, homeless or those at risk of disadvantage and homelessness and their families, who have migrated to Australia in the last five years. Priority is given to those who have entered Australia on humanitarian visas.

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  • Child Adolescent and Family Service (CAFS)

    CAFS supports families with children and young people, up to the age of 18 years, where the child or young person is:

    • Showing the early signs of emerging, or are at risk of developing, mental health issues.
    • Are affected by the mental health issues of another family member.

    The service has a primary focus on the child or young person while working in a whole of family context. The focus is on improving their wellbeing and enabling them to better participate in their communities and reach their full potentials.

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  • Parenting Program

    The Parenting Program supports vulnerable children, aged 0 to 12 years and their families. The focus is on the achievement of positive outcomes in child development, behaviour, safety, physical and emotional well-being, the child parent relationship and childcare competency.

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  • Homeless Youth Assistance Program (HYAP) - Illawarra and Shoalhaven

    The Program provides services to maintain or return young people and unaccompanied youth aged 12-15 years with their families or to help them transition to longer-term supported accommodation, whilst also supporting them in education, training and jobs.

     

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  • Homeless Youth Assistance Program (HYAP) - Southern NSW

    Homeless Youth Assistance Program (HYAP) - Southern NSW

    Moruya, Goulburn, Queanbeyan, Cooma

    The Program provides services to maintain or return young people and unaccompanied youth aged 12-15 years with their families or to help them transition to longer-term supported accommodation, whilst also supporting them in education, training and jobs.

    In Southern NSW the Program will be delivered through brokerage and case management services provided in partnership with three key youth crisis services

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