JNC Family Support Services
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Directory updated October 2013

  • Family Services Directory [Doc 749KB]
    An initiative of The South Randwick Community Hub Partnership
    Inside you will find information on: Community Centres and Services; Parenting & Family Support; Counselling Services; Special Needs; Support Services; Womens Support Services etc

Who Do We Provide Services To?

  • Families, individuals and carers of children, especially those experiencing stress
  • Women with children experiencing domestic violence
  • Families where children may be at risk
  • Men who are in a parenting role
  • Families living in the Randwick LGA

What Strategies Are Used?

The service uses a combination of strategies to assist and support families and family members, by building on existing strengths and by creating new opportunities.

What Services Are Offered?

  • Emotional support
  • Groups and Classes
  • Parenting Courses
  • Casework
  • Outreach services at other locations
  • Referral to other services
  • Information
  • Advocacy
  • Court support for Domestic violence issues
  • Participation in community events
  • Support to other services in the area

Are There Fees For Services?

Most of our services are Free of charge.

Please phone for an appointment on 9349 8200 or email us at familysupport@jnc.org.au


A copy of our brochure is available on the Publications page.


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