Carer Support: provides support, information and opportunities for respite to carers of people who are aged, have dementia, or who have a disability.
Child FIRST: to provide a point of entry and assessment process for vulnerable children, young people and their families to ensure they are linked effectively into services needed to protect and promote healthy development.
Early Years Development Advisors: is intended to support those children and families not currently receiving therapy services, Early Childhood Intervention or Case management through any agency. It is based on the principle that every child has the right to participate on mainstream activities.
Family Day Care: is a unique, home-based childcare service providing a quality care for children in the homes of family day care carers, supported by a local specialist coordination and resource team.
Family Relationship Centre: helping families build better relationships by: Strengthening family relationships, helping families stay together & assisting families through separation.
Family Services: provides general support, counselling, group work, case co ordination, advocacy, mediation for families with dependent children.
Financial Counselling: counselling to individuals and families in aspects relating to financial concerns.
Hume Riverina Community Legal Service: general legal advice, information and referral available to the community through legal clinics and telephone sessions.
Inclusion Support: provides secondary consultation to all Commonwealth funded child care services to allow special needs children to participate.
Interchange: provides support to families and children with a disability by providing regular respite with approved host carers and holiday activities.
Kinship Care: is care provided by relatives or a member of a child’s social network when a child is unable to live with their parents. Kinship care arrangements can be either formal or informal.
Out of Home Care (Foster Care): In today`s society it`s not uncommon for families to find themselves in crisis for any number of reasons. When extended family members and friends aren`t in a position to help out, foster care may be able to assist, by providing families with a temporary respite or emergency placement for their children.
Post Separation Services: Post Separation Services has been established to reflect the current needs of families who are going through such a significant time of change and transition. There are 3 programs namely Family Mediation Service, Children`s Contact Service and the Parenting Orders Program that make up the Post Separation Services.
StepUP: A stepUP loan is a low interest loan of between $800 and $3000 for individuals and families living on a low income.