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Our Main Office Location
21 Verge Street, Kempsey

PO Box 420, Kempsey 2440
ABN: 65 502 259 009

Phone: (02) 6563 1588
Fax: (02) 6562 2765

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We provide a wide range of support services

Our range of family support programs ensure services are available to support the well-being and nurturing of children and families, especially those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged. The programs help enable families to manage life transitions, ensure children are protected and contribute to building stronger, more resilient communities.


SpeakOut4Kids aims to address, educate and respond to the issue of Domestic Violence within the Macleay Valley. It recognises the need for public education and awareness-raising campaigns on Child Protection to focus more on the impact of Domestic Violence on children and how it can affect them in later years.

The SpeakOut4Kids project incorporates:

  • Direct delivery of group work programs for women and children impacted by Domestic and Family Violence;
  • Provision of smooth referral pathways for children and families to resources, supports and other specialist service providers;
  • Public education and community engagement campaign to raise awareness of our shared responsibility in Child Protection.
  • Training to staff across a broad section of the family services sector

Website: http://speakout4kids.org.au


Staying Home Leaving Violence

One of the reasons women return to violent partners is the difficulty in setting up a new life. Starting over in a new home, new area, new school, and new employment can be too overwhelming for women escaping violent relationships, especially when they have little or no support.

The Staying Home Leaving Violence program aims to prevent homelessness by working with NSW Police to remove the perpetrator from the family home so that women and children can remain safely where they are.

  • Safety Audits and Security upgrades
  • Long-term Case Management
  • Advocacy, support & referral

Phone: (02) 6562 2272    Monday—Friday 9:00am—4:30pm

Supported Playgroup

Funded under the State Government Families NSW Initiative

  • 10.00am—12.30pm at the Red Shed, 21 Verge Street
  • Offers a culturally appropriate facilitated playgroup for parents and children 0—5 years
  • Share a social, playful and craft focused environment
  • Guests Speakers from various Community Services speaking on a wide range of topics around parenting issues

Young Parents Worker

Support for young Mums aged 14-25 & their children providing for individualised case management supporting with:

  • Advocacy
  • Liaison with Health Department
  • Practical support
  • Linkages to continuing education
  • Referral and support as identified
  • Early Childhood developmental stages

Family Support Worker

Domestic and family violence support, parenting, counseling, housing needs, advocacy with professional or government services and group work.

  • Home visiting or Centre based
  • Monday—Friday 9.00 am—4:30pm
  • Children aged 0—13years

Youth Support Worker

Support for vulnerable young people 12-17 years, their parents and families

  • Assist clients in dealing with life situations
  • Provide opportunities which increase self esteem and develop communication
  • Advocacy on behalf of clients rights and entitlements
  • Skill 2 Chill group work

Men in Families Worker

Home visiting or centre based service is available for one to one counselling and partnerships in parenting, for Dad’s with children/child 0-8 years.

  • Men in families worker (0-12yrs)
  • Father’s support and educational meetings

Parenting Courses

Bringing Up Great Kids

  • group work
  • individual programs
Triple P

  • seminars
  • group work
  • individual programs

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