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Men’s Behaviour Change Program

Our Men’s Behaviour Change Program, ‘SEEDS’, supports men who cause harm to change their behaviours that stem from the deeply entrenched attitudes and beliefs that trigger domestic and family violence. Support is provided through a combination of group work, individual support and case management. SEEDS stands for Support, Educate, Empower, Develop Skills.

Aboriginal Families as Teachers

The Aboriginal Families As Teachers Program is a home visiting program which helps families create learning rich environments in the home. An exciting family based service celebrating and investing in children’s play using everyday resources and equipment. The result is homes become a play rich environment for young brains ready to absorb everything new. The …

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Aboriginal Family Health Strategy

This program was created to help women and men, their children and extended families who are impacted, or likely to be, by domestic violence. Domestic Violence is still increasing in these communities and the outcome is usually very poor for Aboriginal families. Based in Narromine and Bourke, the program is funded by the NSW Department …

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Aboriginal Men’s Programs

The Aboriginal Men’s Programs aims to improve mental and physical wellbeing of Aboriginal men through the delivery of cultural camps, workshops, education and individual support. Empowering our men, through learning and experiences, empowers them as individuals to go and teach the next generation. Understanding culture will bring greater expectations of knowing the kinships that are very …

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Communities for Children

Helping vulnerable and disadvantaged families with children from birth to age 12 is the key focus for the Communities for Children program. The program focuses on parent education, activities and opportunities for children, intensive family support, coordination and collaboration. The overall outcome is to help children grow up having positive experiences in their community by …

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FamilyCare’s primary purpose is to improve physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of children and their families by focusing on healthy lifestyle choices, good parenting and relationship practices and smooth and supported transitions to school. The passionate team offer a combination of programs based on needs in the specific region. FamilyCare is funded by the Department …

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Financial Counselling

The primary focus of Financial Counselling is to provide a free and confidential service to educate people facing financial difficulty and to help them develop the skills and ability to effectively manage financially in the long-term. The ongoing need for Financial Counselling in these areas due to disadvantage and financial vulnerability is increased with the …

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Homelessness and Domestic Violence

Specialist Homelessness service (SHS) specifically assists men, women, families and young people from high risk groups who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless. The program supports access to short term and emergency crisis accommodation, transport and case management. Long term support is also provided to assist with independent and sustainable living. …

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Young Children

Targeted Early Intervention (formerly Families NSW) provides a mix of activities for families with children aged 0-8 including parenting education, supported playgroups and intensive family support. There is a high need for these services for families who experience crisis or are struggling with their roles as parents and need extra support. The Department of Communities …

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Youth at risk of homelessness

Reconnect Housing Assistance and Homelessness Prevention is specifically targeted to young people aged between 12-18 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and their families. Approximately half the participants are indigenous. The program proactively seeks to support young people who are at risk of becoming homeless due to family and relationship breakdowns, disconnection …

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