To access any of these services please call our Connections Coordinator on (03) 9483 2401 or email connectionsreception(at)bsl.org.au

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Family Day Care

Sunbury Community Health

Sunbury and Macedon Ranges Family Day Care services provide care for children from 0 to 12 years of age in the homes of qualified Early Childhood Educators. The service provides high quality childcare in a home environment and operates every day of the week, providing daytime, overnight and respite care for children and families.

People able to access these services are:

Families with children aged 0–12. Family day care is offered in the homes of qualified Early Childhood Educators in the areas of Sunbury, Kyneton, Macedon, Tullamarine, Woodend, Romsey, Gisborne, Lancefield and Craigieburn.

If you are looking for family day care outside these areas, we may be able to connect you to similar services in your area.


Preparing for employment

ParentsNext

Through this program, offered by CVGT Australia, Lentara UnitingCare and Brotherhood of St Laurence, unemployed parents of young children can find a pathway to employment. Parents are provided with support to help them identify their education and employment goals and develop a plan of action to achieve their goals.

People able to access these services:

  • have had no paid employment in the last six months
  • have a child aged five years or under
  • live in the city of Hume

If you live outside Hume, we may be able to connect you to similar services in your area.


Integrated Family Services

Anglicare Victoria

Anglicare Victoria provides support for families with children aged 0–18. This may include referrals, advocacy for children and their families, parenting strategies and other supports. Services are individually tailored to help strengthen parenting and family relationships.

People able to access these services:

  • significant parenting problems that may be affecting the child's development
  • serious family conflict, including family breakdown and family violence
  • families under pressure due to a family member's physical or mental illness, substance abuse, disability or bereavement
  • young, isolated and/or unsupported families
  • significant social or economic disadvantage that may adversely impact on a child's care or development.

Family Relationship Centre

The Family Relationship Centre is providing individual intake and assessment interviews with separated parents and or significant other regarding children’s matters and occasionally property matters.

Contact: (03) 9351 3700