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State Government C U @ Home
A program of the Department of Health and Human Services, C U @ Home assists first-time mothers aged 15-19 years to ensure that children born to young parents have equal opportunity for optimal development
State Government Child and Family Centres: Tasmania
The purpose of Child and Family Centres is to improve the health and well being, education and care of Tasmania’s very young children by supporting parents and enhancing accessibility of services in the local community
Local Government Clarence City Council children's services
A community based, not for profit service sponsored by the Clarence City Council (Rosny Child Care Centre, family day care, after school care, holiday program, safety house, and youth programs)
Commonwealth Government Community services directory (Child Support Agency)
The CSA's online national community services directory provides information on organisations that provide services to assist parents on a wide range of family related issues
Commonwealth Government Families (Australian Government)
Links to Australian Government web sites providing information and resources for families
State Government LINC Tasmania: for kids
LINC Tasmania's 'For kids' site provides links to information and resources for young people from the under 5s through to teens, as well as resources for parents
Commonwealth Government
Australian Government website for parents and carers, providing access to important health, early learning, child care and parenting support information
State Government Office for Children
The Office for Children's role is to lead the implementation of Our Children Our Young People Our Future. The Office brings together professionals from the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Education and the Department of Police and Emergency Management
State Government Parenting Centres
Department of Health and Human Services Parenting Centres provide intensive support for a range of parenting issues including post natal depression, breastfeeding and relationship concerns which relate to early childhood (0-5 years)
State Government Tasmanian Early Years Foundation
Established under the Tasmanian Early Years Foundation Act 2005 as a non-profit organisation to support and promote the wellbeing, development and learning of Tasmanian children up to the age of six years
Commonwealth Government Tips for parents: adolescents
Department of Health and Ageing advice for parents on how to communicate with adolescents, and when and where to seek help

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