Brighter Futures is an early intervention program aimed at building resilience in vulnerable families with young children.
The service is focussed on ensuring children can live safely in their homes by helping to address specific problems like domestic and family violence, parental mental health issues and substance misuse.
The Brighter Futures Program provides early support and services that include:
- Home visiting
- Parenting programs
Each family joining the program will actively identify and prioritise their goals for each family member. A case manager will partner with the family to identify what is going well and to build on these strengths.
In addition to support from a Case Manager, a family worker can provide home visits to implement routines and provide knowledge and guidance around healthy ways to parent. Assistance to link in with psychological, drug and alcohol and other counselling and support services is also offered.
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