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Understanding and addressing the material, emotional and practical support needs of families is crucial to improving outcomes. Programs that aim to reduce harm for children specifically target at-risk families. Universal programs are often not appropriate given the complex needs that families have. Further referrals are often required.

Flexible activities include:

Activities include recruitment processes that are targeted, and pre-screen families to ensure the program is appropriate for their needs, integration of the program with other services, and the ability to make onward referrals to other services and agencies. These activities can be delivered with different levels of intensity and for short or long periods of time. 

Last updated:

13 Feb 2023

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