Child and Family Centres are places for families with children birth to 5 to access a range of services.
The purpose of Child and Family Centres is to improve the health and well-being, education and care of Tasmania’s very young children by supporting parents and enhancing accessibility of services in the local community.
The goals of the Child and Family Centres are to:
provide a range of early years services in the local community to support the development of children birth to five years.
build on the existing strengths of families and communities and assist in their educational needs.
increase participation in early years programs such as those offered through Launching into Learning (LIL).
build community capacity by developing partnerships with parents, carers and the community.
respond to child and family needs in a seamless and holistic manner.
(Pictured: The award winning Chigwell Child and Family Centre)