our services

Family Services

provides support, information and education to vulnerable families. The primary focus of Family Support is to strengthen family relationships and increase the safety and wellbeing of children. Read More


focuses on providing parents with information, educational experiences and practical activities that promote children’s growth and development 0-3 years. Family Workers visit families at home or meet families at our centres, and also run group sessions about parenting topics and child-led play, parenting courses and support groups. Read More

Working for Families

provides support for families who are transitioning from Centrelink parenting payments to the Newstart allowance. We assist families to understand and manage changes in their circumstances. Read More

Family Centre Playgroups

provides 4 supported playgroups per week in the Tweed Shire. Playgroups provide opportunities for parents and children to play, interact and develop social skills while parents meet and exchange ideas about child rearing and develop supportive relationships. Read More

Men & Family Relationships

provides information, referral and support to men. It also provides a range of group education programs designed around the specific needs of men and their families in our community.  Read More

Family Relationship Education

provides a range of skill development based education programs aimed at enhancing family relationships. Read More


works with students, teachers and parents to improve relationship skills within both primary and high school communities and improve links between school communities and service providers. Read More

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Youth Support

provides information, referral, support and mentoring to ATSI young people and their families and a range of life and relationship skills programs in Tweed shire schools and community. Also, assists in the organisation of ATSI cultural and sporting events. Read More

Youth Programs

provides a range of life and relationship skills programs in Tweed Shire schools and the community designed around the specific needs of young people. Information, referral and support is provided to program participants. Read More