Fleurieu Families

Fleurieu Families

Fleurieu Families is a partnership between the City of Victor Harbor, the District Council of Yankalilla, The Australian Government Department for Social services and the South Australian Government Department for Human Services.

Fleurieu Families supports families using a strengths and empowerment approach to build on parenting skills through our Outreach Parenting Support Program, groupwork and parent education programs.

Fleurieu Families work to promote child development, build confidence and skills in parenting, support stability, safety and improved family functioning, while providing referrals into other appropriate supports and services as needed.

All services provided directly by Fleurieu Families are free and referrals from agencies or self-referrals are welcome.

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Fleurieu Families - Referral Form


Fleurieu Playgroup Calendar 2024 - Term 1

Circle of Security Victor Harbor 2024 - Term 1

Outreach Parenting Support Program

The Outreach Parenting Support Program provides case management for parents either in the home, or if preferred, in our office or a community setting.

Fleurieu Families can assist with behaviour management strategies for children, child development, accessing disability supports, improved family functioning and assist in building confidence and skills in parenting.

Fleurieu Families provides referrals and connections into other supports and services.

Fleurieu Food Map

The Fleurieu Emergency Food map is your guide to finding food assistance on the Fleurieu

Food Map

Circle of Security

A eight week program building secure attachment with your child.

Help your child organise their feelings, enjoy a more fulfilling relationship with your child, help your child to feel secure both now and into the future.

For more information, please contact Fleurieu Families at 8551 0500.

Nunga Youth Space

You’re the Nunga Youth Space is a place for young people (10 to 18 years) that identify as Aboriginal or Torress Strait Islander to hang out, play games, eat snacks and take part in cultural activities. Every Friday afternoon during term time from 3pm to 6pm at the Inman room (Victor Harbor Recreation Centre- 5 George Main rd). Call Amy (Nunga Family & Community worker) for more information- 0455 227 211

To  view the  flyer click here -->  Nunga Youth Group

Love Bites- Respectful Relationships in schools

Fleurieu Families provides Love Bites- respectful relationship workshops within schools for years 10, 11 and 12. Love Bites is a two day workshop that consists of two interactive workshops: one on Relationship Violence, and one on Sex and Relationships, followed by creative workshops and community campaigns. If you think your school may be interested, please contact Fleurieu Families to see how we can facilitate this for your school.

For more info: https://www.napcan.org.au/Programs/love-bites/

Safe Environments Training

Fleurieu Families provides Safe Environments training to the community at no cost

Safe Environments training supports staff and volunteers to recognise, report, respond to children or young people who may be at risk of harm, and build capacity to provide child safe environments.

Please call 8551 0550 for more information.

Domestic and Family Violence

In an abusive relationship, one partner tries to dominate the other through physical harm, criticisms, demands, threats or sexual pressure.  For the victim and (if applicable) their children, this behaviour can be dangerous, frightening and damaging.

In most cases, front line domestic violence information, referral and support services will be provided through specialist organisations. Services include financial, legal aid, accommodation, counselling and childcare assistance.

Domestic and Family Violence Fact Sheet