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Family and Social Support

Building Connected Communities

Settlement DV Alert Training

Parents Café

Parents Café provides a safe and welcoming space for CALD parents to come together to discuss settlement experiences and learn new skills.

Family Harmony Program

Family Harmony Programs empower CALD community leaders to provide new and emerging communities with capacity building that strengthens families and communities.

Diversity Project

The Diversity Project aims to make the White Ribbon Campaign more inclusive, building on meaningful and respectful collaboration with diverse communities.

Women of Worth

The WOW women’s group was initially started as a response to the need for women to have a space to be able to come together to meet socially and participate in activities, especially for those recognised as being socially isolated. The purpose of the group is to target newly arrived refugee women and humanitarian entrants with the aim of empowering them and addressing the issue of social isolation, to increase participants’ knowledge, awareness and solutions regarding Mental Health and to increase participants’ practical skills ability and education levels.

Stories of Making Australia Home

SCoA member, Sydwest Multicultural Services has created an inspiring book which shares the stories of some of Australia's newest citizens. Exploring themes of employment, education, health, social engagement, family and many more, this collection of stories is a message of hope and a celebration of all that Australia stands to gain by welcoming refugees and helping them settle.

See the report here.

Health Family Relationships Program (HFRP)

The HFRP is a collaborative interagency early intervention program that works with the whole family early in their arrival to support and provide advice to the family, particularly in terms of family relationship issues and family breakdowns.