Families

Seasons for Growth

Seasons for Growth is an evidence-based change, loss and grief education program for children.

Family resources

We are part of Belconnen – A Village for Every Child, an initiative that aims to improve systems across the Belconnen region so children are physically…

Healthy Habits: the first 1000 days

Our free eight-week program supports parents and carers to enhance healthy habits for their children up to two years of age, focusing on developmental needs…

Family support

Our free family-centred and strength-based Family Support service empowers children, young people and their families to develop and maintain their networks of…

Family Foundations

Our free early intervention therapeutic service promotes strong, secure and healthy relationships between children aged up to five years and their…

Supportive Tenancy Service

The Supportive Tenancy Service (STS) helps people across Canberra to maintain a safe and stable home.

Yurwang Bullarn Strong Women’s Group

The Yurwang Bullarn Strong Women’s Group supports the social, cultural, and emotional needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in our local…

Yurwang Gulwan Koori Girls group

The Yurwang Gulwan Koori Girls group is an opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls aged eight to 16 years old to come together and explore…

Community playgroups

We facilitate free, drop-in playgroups in locations in ACT. Playgroups are regular and relaxed opportunities for children who have not yet started school and…

Tuning into Kids

Tuning into Kids® is a six-week evidence-based, emotion coaching parenting program that teaches parents and carers ways to help their child develop emotional…

Circle of Security

Circle of Security is an eight-week parenting program designed to strengthen the attachment and security between parents/carers and children. This…

Tiny Tumblers

Situated in Belconnen (ACT), Tiny Tumblers is an educational gym play program for children aged two to five years that helps to develop and refine gross…