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Child and Family Wellbeing Program

 

Overview

The Child and Family Wellbeing Program aims to provide counselling and support to families, children and adolescents in the Hunter and Upper Hunter regions of New South Wales (NSW). The program has particular focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people experiencing alcohol and other drug (AOD) use, people experiencing homelessness, and families who may be having issues with domestic violence.

There are three key services offered under the program:

The Child and Family Wellbeing Program is run through the Benevolent Society. A referral form for the program can be found in the links below.

Abstract adapted from the Benevolent Society

Contacts

Jo Piggott
Team Leader Child and Family Wellbeing Program
Benevolent Society
Ph: (02) 4922 6556
Mobile: 0447 841 075
Email: Jo.Piggott@benevolent.org.au

Robyn O'Dell
Child and Family Practitioner
Child and Family Wellbeing Program
Benevolent Society
Ph: (02) 6572 6115
Mobile: 0447 539 735

Links

 
Last updated: 24 August 2017
 
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