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Aboriginal Children, Families and Communities

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It is good to have someone from the

Aboriginal community to talk to

 Talk to us about: 

  • Being a child, parent, or community member
  • Getting your children into school
  • Dealing with government departments
  • Your or a family member’s health and wellbeing
  • Domestic violence and family separation
  • Teaching your children culture and connecting with community
  • Playgroups
  • Men’s and women’s groups

Our Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Workers talk with you about the skills to build a happier and more connected family and be connected with community and culture. We use a child-centred approach to help parents/carers to enhance positive relationships with their children, increase family wellbeing and put the fun back into parenting to bring up deadly children.

Ask us about health information and services, staying connected when relationships end, and joining community through men’s and women’s groups, playgroups, and celebrating NAIDOC Week together.

Is there a cost?

There is no cost to access this service.

Where is it available?

Aboriginal Child, Family and Community workers are available in Deniliquin, Leeton, Narrandera and Wagga areas. If you live in another area, please contact us and we will put you in touch with a Family Support service in your area.