Stronger Families is a targeted intervention service that supports families with children aged 0-18 years in their home.

The service aims to support families with children where early child well-being or safety risk factors have been identified by providing timely, individualised and culturally sensitive interventions.

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Support provided

Families will receive case management support from a Family Intervention Worker and may receive health assessments and interventions from an allocated Clinical Nurse. Services include assessment, case management, practical and therapeutic in-home support and connections to community.

Program details

Who: Families with children aged 0-18 (including perinatal) experiencing a range of child well-being and/or safety risk factors including: parenting skills and attachment difficulties; parent child conflict; household management and routines; social isolation; substance misuse; abuse and/or neglect; impact of trauma; grief and loss; depression and anxiety and other mental health issues.

How: Referrals to this Service are made by Department for Child Protection; DECD Children’s Centres; DECD Child Well-Being Practitioners; CaFHS Nurses and other Non-Government Organisations. 

Where: Stronger Families supports families living in metropolitan Adelaide, the Barossa, Riverland, Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu, Murraylands and Limestone Coast.


Adelaide Metro/Regional team: 413 Grange Road Seaton – 8159 1400 or

Limestone Coast team: 13 Penola Road, Mount Gambier – 8724 0500 or


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