Family Preservation works with families to address safety concerns and increase parenting capacity.

Families of children aged up to 18 years who are experiencing challenges in their lives are supported to address lifestyle and other factors affecting the ability to parent.

Working in partnership with Department for Child Protection, Family Preservation provides households with intensive one-year case management, including health intervention by a clinical nurse.

In-home and community support is provided up to twice a week to build resilience and prevent family breakdown. Care team meetings are held for the first three months of intervention to monitor and celebrate change with families.

Family Preservation is a voluntary service where families consent to referral.

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Support provided

Practical and therapeutic home-based services are provided to address child protection concerns.

Families may also receive health assessments and interventions by an allocated Clinical Nurse.

Program details

Who: Families with children from birth to 18 years who are experiencing abuse or neglect

Where: While the service is based at Seaton, we support families across the Adelaide metropolitan area.

How: Referrals received from the Department for Child Protection only.

Contact: 413 Grange Road, Seaton. Phone 8159 1400.

 

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