ACT Government – Community Services Directorate:
Child and Family Centres:
Maternal and Child Health Service:
Canberra Region – Community Services Directory:
Brought to you by CONTACT Canberra, the ACT Community Directory helps you find services, community organisations and support groups in the Canberra region.
OneLink offers a range of information, support and services, including homelessness support and child, youth and family services to those in the ACT.
|Toora Women Inc (ACT):||http://www.toora.org.au/|
|Beryl Women Inc (ACT):||http://www.beryl.org.au/|
|Domestic Violence Crisis Service (ACT):||http://dvcs.org.au/|
|Red Cross – Birth Family Support (ACT)||firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 02 6234 7600|
|Houses to Homes (NSW)||http://www.ccss.org.au/services—programs/family-services/houses-to-homes/houses-to-homes.aspx|
|Personal Stories of Family Violence||http://nottheonlyone.org.au/|
Pregnancy and Parenting Information and Support:
Women’s Centre for Health Matters – having a baby in canberra:
The Australian Young, Pregnant and Parenting Network:
CCCares @ Canberra College:
CCCares @ Canberra College is a program for pregnant and parenting students from the ACT and surrounding districts. We provide flexible delivery of learning and content, towards the receipt of an ACT Year 12 Certificate and certified competency based training.
Parentline ACT – Parenting Support Service
Parentline ACT is a not-for-profit organisation offering a free confidential telephone service for parents and families in the ACT and surrounding area. Calls are answered by workers who are professionally trained to help you with information and support.
The Parents Village
The Parents Village is a perinatal support service for new and expectant parents. Based in Sydney, the team at the Parents Village are happy to offer support over the internet (Facebook and Skype).
Post and Ante Natal Depression Support:
Career Information: http://www.mybigtomorrow.com.au/
After extensive consultation with high school students, it was determined that there was a lack of useful resources available to help them understand career choices. My Big Tomorrow was created to fill that void with inspiration, information and education. This resource is useful for any person interested in options for life long learning.
|Mind the Bump||http://www.mindthebump.org.au/|