||The ABCD web site provides free, helpful information to parents and workers about parenting and adolesence.
|Aboriginal Family Support Services
||Aboriginal Family Support Services Incorporated is a recognised community based and controlled organisation that was established in 1978. It was born out of the passion and tireless commitment of strong Aboriginal leaders who were determined to address the inequities that existed around the removal of Aboriginal children from their families and communities. Removal of these children often occurred without family consent and the emotional impact on those involved is still being experienced today.
|Adelaide's Child Magazine
||Adelaide's most reputable magazine for parents. This magazine has the very latest information on a wide range of parenting topics ,reviews of movies, videos and books
A comprehensive events calendar packed with places to go and ideas for family days out.
|Association for children with a disability
||Information, support and advocacy organisation for children with a disability and their families
||Site dedicated to premature births.
|Australian Association for Infant Mental Health Inc
||An Australian national organisation which promotes the importance of infancy through research, education, advocacy and networking for mutual support.
|Australian Childhood Foundation
||The Foundation works toward putting a stop to child abuse to give children a life free from violence and trauma.
|Australian Sports Commission
||Is the Australian Government body that coordinates the Government’s commitment & contribution to sport.
||Bfriend is a programme of Uniting Communities Adelaide providing support for people of all ages who are wondering about their sexuality/gender identity and/or people who are newly identifying as same sex attracted/gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/intersex/queer.
|Bullying, No Way!
||Create learning environments where every student and school community member is safe, supported, respected, valued — and free from bullying, violence, harassment and discrimination.
||Resources on issues relating to peer relationships, bullying, stress and wellbeing in children and adolescents.
||A child-centred website for children and teens with informative sections for children, teens and parents experiencing separation and/or divorce.
|Child and Youth Health
||This website has a wealth of practical health information for parents, carers and young people.
|DECS drug strategy
||In the area of drug education, this refers to:
a whole school approach to wellbeing, promoting protective factors and building resilience
ongoing and embedded drug education
fostering student participation and skills development
timely and thoughtful intervention with suspected drug related incidents, according to Intervention matters policy document
support for individual student/s with drug use issues- see Keeping in Touch
collaboration with parents/caregivers
working with and referring to local agencies and supports
|Department of Communities (QLD)
||Parent Easy Guides: Living with babies, Growing and learning in the family when your child becomes and adult and helping kids to be posotive in the following languages:
Arabic, Bosnian, Croation, Chinese, Serbian, Vietnamese
||DrinkWise Australia is a not-for-profit, independent research and social change agency funded by the Australian alcohol industry. Through research, community-based programs and social marketing campaigns, it is dedicated to building a safer drinking culture in Australia.
|Drug and alcohol services South Australia
||Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia offers a range of prevention, treatment, information, education and community-based services for all South Australians.
|Early Childhood Australia
||The Australian Early Childhood Association Inc is a non-government organisation that acts in the interest of children from birth to eight years of age and for older children in outside school hours care. AECA is also a leading specialist publisher of early childhood literature and publications. These publications include the Australian Journal of Early Childhood, our magazine, Every Child, and the acclaimed research in Practice Series.
|Grandparents raising grandchidren booklet
||These booklets have been designed to assist
you to answer questions and provide information
about issues you may face when raising your
grandchild. Contact details have been provided
for you to get in touch with the people that may
||Headroom provides mental health information to empower young people to make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing.
|Health Translations Directory
||Multicultural heath information
||Shows photographs of healthy foods and the sugar and fat contents of various foods.
||Provides information about how to raise happy and confident children. Various languages available.
||Fun activities for kids and information of health and wellbeing.
|Kids Help Line
|| Kids Help Line is Australia's only free, confidential and anonymous, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.
||Empowering children to reach their full potential
||Facts and suggestions on child-proofing your home, safety when out and about, safety tips, safe toys and furniture and safety products.
|Lawstuff Know Your Rights
||This website is one of the leading websites about Australia's child laws. Lawstuff provides legal information to children and young people in Australia.
||MensLine Australia is a unique telephone support, information and referral service, helping men to deal with relationship problems in a practical and effective way.
1300 78 99 78 Available 24/7
|Multicultural Health Communication Service
||Parenting and health information in 50 languages.
NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service provides information and services with non English speaking communities.
|National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
is to prevent child abuse and neglect and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all of Australia's children.
||A western style of health care and the predominance of non-Indigenous health professionals have largely worked against effective health care for Aboriginal people.
Nunkuwarrin Yunti is, therefore, committed to providing culturally appropriate health care and community support services, and to influencing and overcoming barriers which exist for Aboriginal people in accessing and utilising mainstream services.
||ParentNews is an on-line interactive opportunity for parents to further their parenting knowledge, enhance their parenting skills, obtain professional advice to their specific questions, share their experiences with other parents and locate community support resources.
|Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
||Provides support and information for families and friends of gay people.
||A website for parents who wish to improve the food and physical activity environments for children in Australia. This jury acts as a forum for parents to voice their views on children's food and physical activity issues.
|Play by the rules
||Play by the Rules provides information and online learning about how to prevent and deal with discrimination, harassment and child abuse for the sport and recreation industry.
||Playgroup Associations are located in each state and territory of Australia and provide support for communities to set up and run playgroups locally.
|Positive Parenting Online
||"Positive Parenting is dedicated to providing resources and information to make parenting rewarding, effective and fun!"
||We are committed to providing services appropriate for the unique and varied needs of families in South Australia. Developing an appreciation for the multiple shapes families take over time and in different cultural contexts, contributes significantly to the quality of our services.
|ShineSA - sexual health Information
||For resources and information on the topics of sexual health, education, advocacy, and support.
|Sids n Kids
||SIDS and Kids is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth infancy and childhood. We deliver on our vision through world class research; evidence based education and bereavement support and advocacy.
|The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
||Keeping children safe from violence
|The Raising Children Network
||This national parenting information website is a government funded resource that grew out of research into what parents and practitioners want and need. It is part of the Australian Government's committment to ensure every Australian child has the best possible start in life by supporting parents in their most important role.
|Uniting Communities - services for families and children
||Uniting Communities offers a range of support options for families and children including mediation and dispute resolution, parenting support, counselling, alcohol and drug counselling and emergency accommodation.
|Women's and Children's Health Network
||The Children, Youth and Women's Health Service brings together the Women's and Children's Hospital and Child and Youth Health to form a new statewide health service for children, young people and women in South Australia.
|Young Media Australia
||Young Media Australia is a national community-based, information, research, training and advocacy organisation working in the field of children, young people and mass media.
|Zero to three
||ZERO TO THREE is a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers.