Family Programs

Program Description

Support for families in Tasmania’s Child Safety System. Watch this cool claymation re-enactment of some of our clients' feedback.

This Program Offers

This intensive support can help you make the best decisions for you and your child during the Child Protection process. We support family reunification and ensuring children stay in the care of their families whenever it is safe to do so.

Who can access this program?

Families who are clients of Child Protection Services.

What does it cost?

Free.

How can you access this program?

This service is available in the South of Tasmania. Call 1800 819 447 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday or email family.programs@aohtas.org.au

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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Family Programs

Program Description

Support for families in Tasmania’s Child Safety System. Watch this cool claymation re-enactment of some of our clients' feedback.

This Program Offers

This intensive support can help you make the best decisions for you and your child during the Child Protection process. We support family reunification and ensuring children stay in the care of their families whenever it is safe to do so.

Who can access this program?

Families who are clients of Child Protection Services.

What does it cost??

Free.

How can you access this program?

This service is available in the South of Tasmania. Call 1800 819 447 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday or email family.programs@aohtas.org.au

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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