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We have a range of resources and publications to help you be the best parent ever. These resources assist with parenting, increase knowledge and skills in relation to health, nutrition, safety, child development, family relationships and financial fitness which all help to strengthen parent/child relationships.
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All resources are free if you work/live in our CfC South East Tasmania municipalities of Derwent Valley, Central Highlands, Brighton, Southern Midlands.
This critical new educational resource for primary aged children has been developed by the Brighton Local Drug Action Team. This work has been a collaborative partnership between the members of the Brighton community, The Salvation Army Communities for Children (CfC), the Drug Education Network (DEN), Jordan River Services (JRS) and Bridgewater Police and Community Youth Club (PCYC). The Australian Drug Foundation provided seed funding to assist with the creation and publication of this resource.
Cooper helps Jack make a plan is the latest addition to a series of books published by CfC, providing supportive information for schools, families and community members to explore real life issues and facilitate constructive conversations. Written by author Mary Koolhof and illustrated by Mich Oliver this book tells a story that navigates how to support friends and family affected by methamphetamine (ICE) use.
This book is available to school nurses, teachers, AOD workers and other family support specialists, including NSP workers. Copies can be ordered through The Salvation Army CfC or DEN.
For those living or working in the Brighton area, download the order form below. For anyone outside the Brighton area, contact DEN by email email@example.com or phone 1300 369 319. The books will be free of charge while stocks last.
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