The Child and Family Mental Health Program is a free service that assists children and young people (aged up to 18 years) at risk of developing mental health issues and their families.Find out more
The Family Support Program is a free service that assists families with children from birth to 18 years. It aims to strengthen family relationships, increase the resiliency and coping skills of parents/carers and children as well as assist families to support their child.Find out more
A diverse group of women who meet weekly as friends to support each other while learning how to navigate Australian systems and settle into the community. Weekly guest speakers on different topics.
An eight-week program that assists men to build stronger and more secure relationships with their children.
Join us on the first Sunday of each month for fun and adventure in an environment suited to men and their children.
Active8 is for young people in Years 6 to 9 who are identified as being at risk of developing mental health concerns by school counsellors and/or teachers.Find out more
Our Child and Family Foundation Program strengthens early childhood development and the wellbeing of children and their families.Find out more
Improve parent-child relationships and build parenting confidence.Find out more
Teaching parents how to best support their child’s emotional development by providing skills to secure, strengthen and support parent-child relationships.Find out more
Providing easy-to-use techniques to teach to parents and carers skills to enlist adolescents to manage their own behavioural problems and emotional reactions.Find out more
Our Family Support Program offers assistance with parenting skills, improving family relationships and helping children and young people to develop resilience and coping skills. Offered free to families with children aged up to 18 years living in the Charles Sturt and Port Adelaide Enfield Local Go...Find out more
A guest speakers forum.
Developed by the UCWB team and based on current research and expert knowledge.Find out more
Using the pleasure and power of rhymes, songs and stories, Parent-Child Mother Goose strengthens attachment and interaction between parents or carers and their young childrenFind out more
For children in Reception and Year 1 who are identified by school counsellors and/or teachers as having delays in their social development or difficulties developing relationships.Find out more
Strategies in the Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them build strong, healthy relationships, confidently manage their children’s behaviour and prevent problems developingFind out more
A workshop to help parents learn how to identify problematic gaming and develop practical strategies to support healthier gaming and internet use. Offered free to parents and schools.Find out more
A social skills enrichment program encouraging children to think about how to get along with others.Find out more