Western Region Parenting Service

  1. About this service

    MacKillop Family Services, a Catholic community agency, exists to support, foster hope, and promote justice for children, young people and families, particularly those who have experienced distress, disadvantage and abuse. Western Region Parenting Service offers a range of group education, information and intervention programs to parents. These programs give families the opportunity to take part in relevant, local parenting programs that focus on key transition points in the lives of children and their families. For further information and enrolment details for any of the programs below please call (03) 9680 8444 or email RegionalParentingService@mackillop.org.au. Download the lastest version of Time Out - our parenting program and supported playgroup directory.

      • Service name

        Western Region Parenting Service

      • Service address

        118 Commercial Road Footscray VIC 3011
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      • Phone

        9680 8444

      • Urgency levels

        Looking for Information

      • Service area

        Wyndham, Hobsons Bay, Maribyrnong, Melton, Brimbank

      • Service hours

        Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm, Refer to website for details, Other Contact the Western Region Parenting Service on 9680 8444

      • Age group

        Maximum age 100 years

      • Eligibility criteria

        Parents with children aged 0-18 years

      • Interpreters

        Yes

      • Service type

        INDIVIDUAL

      • Costs

        No Costs -

      • Languages (other than English)

        Yes

      • Disability access

        Yes

      • Drop in service

        Yes

      • Outreach

        Yes

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      • Participation length

        As Required

      • Participation type

        Voluntary

      • Secondary consult

        Yes

      • Staff profile

        Qualified Staff

      • Who can refer

        Anyone

      • Referral mode

        No