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Communities for Children

The Salvation Army Communities for Children program in South East Tasmania is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified organisations or individuals to undertake a comprehensive evaluation of the Communities for Children Program in South East Tasmania.

Below are the following documents:

Communities for Children Request for Quote
Sample Consultancy Agreement
A diagrammatical representation of the Communities for Children program
The Communities for Children Facilitating Partner guidelines 

Communities for Children Request for Quote

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Sample Consultancy Agreement

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A diagrammatical representation

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Communities for Children

Facilitating Partner Guidelines

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“Families thriving in strong, safe communities”

 

Communities for Children South East Tasmania deliver programs and activities in the areas of:

Southern Midlands – Bagdad, Campania
Upper Derwent Valley/Central Highlands – Glenora, Westerway, Ouse
Brighton – Bridgewater, Gagebrook, Herdsman Cove
Derwent Valley – New Norfolk, Fairview

Communities for Children deliver programs and activities for families with Children in the 0-12 year age group that address the priority areas of Safety, Resilience and Aspirations and the Communities for Children Facilitating Partner objectives of:

To improve the health and well-being of families and the development of young children, from before birth through to age 12 years, paying special attention to:

  • Healthy young families — supporting parents to care for their children before and after birth and throughout the early years;
  • Supporting families and parents — support for parents to provide children with secure attachment, consistent discipline and quality environments that are stable, positive, stimulating, safe and secure;
  • Early learning — provide access to high quality early learning opportunities in the years before school; provide early identification and support for children at risk of developmental and behavioural problems; assist parents with ways they can stimulate and promote child development and learning from birth; and
  • School transition and engagement - support children and families to make a smooth transition to school and work with local schools to assist children and families with their ongoing engagement with school.

To create strong child-friendly communities that understand the importance of children and apply this capacity to maximise the health, well-being and early development of young children at the local level.

Communities for Children Strategic Plan

Click here to download - Volume 1
Click here to download - Volume 2

Communities for Children Facilitating Partner Factsheet

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Communities for Children Facilitating Partner Operational Guidelines

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List of promising programs submitted for approval by CFCA

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Click here to access AIFS website

Communities for Children Facilitating Partners

Evidence-based programme profiles

Click here to access EBP profiles on AIFS website

Communities for Children Published Books

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Alicia helps Bec take a stand

Written for children and pre-teens who might be affected by cyberbullying or know someone who is. Suitable for 9-12 years

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Jake and Emily work it out

Written for children and pre-teens to develop their awareness of how peer pressure can affect choices about smoking. It also shows the power of friendship as a support against such pressure.

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Tahlia and Jasmin plan a party

Written for children and pre-teens to develop their awareness of how alcohol affects young people. It also includes strategies for keeping safe at parties.

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Tom and Jamal speak up

Written for children and pre-teens to develop their knowledge about cybersafety issues and to promote discussion.

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My brother Sam

Written for children who might be affected by sibling bullying or know someone who is. Suitable for under 7 years

Contact Us

CfC Logo  Stacey Milbourne - Manager
  Phone:   62 700 302
  Mobile:   0457 412 114
  Address: 250 Liverpool Street, Hobart 
Email:     stacey.milbourne@aus.salvationarmy.org

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