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Children's Services

Address: 838 East Derwent Highway, Risdon Cove, 7017
Address: 18 Clare Street, New Town, 7008, TAS
Address: 232 New Town Road New Town, Tasmania, 7008
Child Health and Parenting Service (CHaPS) provides:- child health, growth and developmental assessments including Healthy Kids Checks); and parent support and information.
Address: 3-5 Wellington Street, Launceston, 7250, TAS
Address: Level 1 - 41 Mount Street, Burnie, 7320, TAS
The Child, Youth and Family Engagement program (CYFE) is anearly intervention and prevention support service that assists vulnerable families with children and young people who are at risk of developing, or are affected by mental health issues.
CYFE provides a professional and confidential service to children, young people and their families. While focusing on the strengths of the family and building resilience within the family, children and young people remain the primary focus, ensuring their voices are heard and responded to.
CYFE assists children and young people in developing their own individualised plan.
Practical assistance is provided for the whole family to support children and young people in their mental health and wellbeing goals, including information, referral and education.
Address: Level 1 - 41 Mount Street, Burnie, 7320, TAS
A service providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children to spend time with their parent or other significant person.
The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents. It can also help with establishing or building a relationship between a child and parent when there has been a period of limited or no contact.
Address: 68 North Fenton Street, Devonport, 7310, TAS
CatholicCare offers individual counselling and group programmes to children affected by many issues, including trauma, separation, grief and family violence. Children often don’t have the words to tell us what they are experiencing, instead they may show us how they are feeling by behaving in ways that we find challenging. Counselling and group-work programmes are available to support and encourage them to communicate their feelings and experiences. This is achieved through offering a range of age-appropriate expressive therapies that best support this process. Ongoing parental involvement in children’s counselling is encouraged and is in the best interests of your children.
CatholicCare has trained children’s counsellors that can assist children in many ways.
Address: 108 Mount Street, Burnie, 7320, TAS
CatholicCare offers individual counselling and group programmes to children affected by many issues, including trauma, separation, grief and family violence. Children often don’t have the words to tell us what they are experiencing, instead they may show us how they are feeling by behaving in ways that we find challenging. Counselling and group-work programmes are available to support and encourage them to communicate their feelings and experiences. This is achieved through offering a range of age-appropriate expressive therapies that best support this process. Ongoing parental involvement in children’s counselling is encouraged and is in the best interests of CatholicCare has trained children’s counsellors that can assist children in many ways.
Address: 85 Best Street, Devonport, 7310, TAS
CatholicCare offers individual counselling and group programmes to children affected by many issues, including trauma, separation, grief and family violence. Children often don’t have the words to tell us what they are experiencing, instead they may show us how they are feeling by behaving in ways that we find challenging. Counselling and group-work programmes are available to support and encourage them to communicate their feelings and experiences. This is achieved through offering a range of age-appropriate expressive therapies that best support this process. Ongoing parental involvement in children’s counselling is encouraged and is in the best interests of your children.
CatholicCare has trained children’s counsellors that can assist children in many ways.
Address: 35 Tower Road, New Town, 7008, TAS
CatholicCare offers individual counselling and group programs to children affected by many issues, including trauma, separation, grief and family violence. Children often don’t have the words to tell us what they are experiencing, instead they may show us how they are feeling by behaving in ways that we find challenging. Counselling and group-work programs are available to support and encourage them to communicate their feelings and experiences. This is achieved through offering a range of age-appropriate expressive therapies that best support this process. Ongoing parental involvement in children’s counselling is encouraged and is in the best interests of your children.

CatholicCare has trained children’s counsellors that can assist children in many ways.
Address: 201 York Street, Launceston, 7250, TAS
Communities for Children works with local communities to give children the best possible start and opportunities in life. Anglicare Tasmania Inc facilitates this program by working with various organisations that deliver services in Launceston (Northern Suburbs) to George Town

This free program is aimed at children birth to 12 years and their families. Delivery locations include Launceston to George Town including Waverley, Ravenswood, Mayfield, Mowbray, Invermay, Newnham, Rocherlea, Dilston, Hillwood and George Town.
Address: 122 Elizabeth Street, Launceston, 7250, TAS
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a statewide Tasmanian Government service that provides professional specialised services to assist children, young people and adults impacted by the experience of family violence.
FVCSS is a free service that works with adults and children who have been identified as victims of domestic/family violence.
FVCSS is part of the whole-of-government Safe at Home strategy to address the issue of family violence in the Tasmanian community.
In Tasmania Family Violence is recognised as a crime and as a form of Child Abuse.

FVCSS is divided into two programmes, which are the Children and Young Persons Program and the Adult Program.
The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) provides therapeutic counselling and support to children and young people affected by domestic/family violence.
Address: TAS
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a statewide Tasmanian Government service that provides professional specialised services to assist children, young people and adults impacted by the experience of family violence.
FVCSS is a free service that works with adults and children who have been identified as victims of domestic/family violence.
FVCSS is part of the whole-of-government Safe at Home strategy to address the issue of family violence in the Tasmanian community.
In Tasmania Family Violence is recognised as a crime and as a form of Child Abuse.

FVCSS is divided into two programmes, which are the Children and Young Persons Program and the Adult Program.
The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) provides therapeutic counselling and support to children and young people affected by domestic/family violence.
Address: TAS
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a statewide Tasmanian Government service that provides professional specialised services to assist children, young people and adults impacted by the experience of family violence.
FVCSS is a free service that works with adults and children who have been identified as victims of domestic/family violence.
FVCSS is part of the whole-of-government Safe at Home strategy to address the issue of family violence in the Tasmanian community.
In Tasmania Family Violence is recognised as a crime and as a form of Child Abuse.

FVCSS is divided into two programmes, which are the Children and Young Persons Program and the Adult Program.
The Children and Young Persons’ Program (CHYPP) provides therapeutic counselling and support to children and young people affected by domestic/family violence.
Address: TAS
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a statewide Tasmanian Government service that provides professional specialised services to assist children, young people and adults impacted by the
Address: Launceston, TAS
Address: Level 1, 33-35 Steele Street, Devonport TAS 7310
Address: Cnr Wellington and Brisbane Streets, 186 Brisbane Street, Launceston, 7250, TAS
HIPPY is an early learning program which builds the connection between parents and children, improves self-esteem, provides free educational resources, and prepares youngsters for starting school. Tutors visit parents/caregivers at their home every week/second week to show them how to do the HIPPY activities with their child. Parents also meet regularly in a group to practice new activities, listen to guest speakers and participate in fun games that they can then try at home with their children.
Address: 122 Elizabeth Street, Launceston, 7250, TAS
International a not-for-profit organisation which provides a healthy path towards healing for those grieving from a loss or life-altering crisis. A service to support and care for grieving children in our community.
Launceston City Mission staff and volunteers deliver this program working within local primary and secondary schools in and around the Launceston area.

The course has seen approximately two hundred and fifty participants through the program in 2012.
Address: 48 Frederick St, Launceston TAS
Kids Helpline counsellors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nothing is too big or too small to call us about. Children can chose to speak to a male or female counsellor and request to speak with the same counsellor if they decide to use the service more than once.

The fastest way to contact Kids Helpline is by calling on 1800 55 1800. Calls from mobile phones, landlines and payphones are free if you are calling from within Australia.

We also offer web and email counselling. These services can be accessed through our website, 7 days a week.
Address: TAS
Kids Helpline counsellors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nothing is too big or too small to call us about. Children can chose to speak to a male or female counsellor and request to speak with the same counsellor if they decide to use the service more than once.

The fastest way to contact Kids Helpline is by calling on 1800 55 1800. Calls from mobile phones, landlines and payphones are free if you are calling from within Australia.

We also offer web and email counselling. These services can be accessed through our website, 7 days a week.
Address: TAS
Kids Helpline counsellors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nothing is too big or too small to call us about. Children can chose to speak to a male or female counsellor and request to speak with the same counsellor if they decide to use the service more than once.

The fastest way to contact Kids Helpline is by calling on 1800 55 1800. Calls from mobile phones, landlines and payphones are free if you are calling from within Australia.

We also offer web and email counselling. These services can be accessed through our website, 7 days a week.
Address: TAS
Welcome to the page for the Ravenswood Child and Family Centre. The Centre is for everyone and provides a variety of activities and services for families with children from birth to five years.
Address: 8 Prossers Forrest Road, Ravenswood, 7250, TAS
Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service provides counselling and group programs to Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families. It is a specialised, free and confidential Australia-wide service.
VVCS staff are qualified psychologists or social workers with experience in working with veterans, peacekeepers and their families. They can provide a wide range of treatments and programs for war and service-related mental health conditions including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Address: 29 Elphin Road, Launceston, 7250, TAS