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Last term, our Children and Families Hub went mobile and visited a new ward within the City each fortnight.The Mobile Hub is currently on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions; however we hope to see you soon. Stay tuned for more updated information, location sites and new dates.
We know parenting can be tough, so we want to help!
We've started a monthly online drop-in for parents to ask questions and meet workers with expert knowledge in supporting young people.
If you have a teenager that is going through a tough time, having difficulties with school, or stopped being open with you, and you're unsure how to help them, join us online to speak to us!
We will have a specific topic for each month; however, there will be time available for any general discussion as well.
When: Second Tuesday of each month, starting 8 February
Where: Online using zoom
Who: Parents with children aged 9-18 years
Register and find out more about each month's topics at cb.city/parentchats
Otherwise, you can also drop-in each month by using this Zoom Link
This resource kit offers valuable information for parents, carers, families, teachers and workers about the role of different types of children's services, and how these services can help children and families.
Download Children and Families Resource Kit
Did you know we have a Child-Friendly City Action Plan to guide our journey towards becoming a child-friendly City?
Click here for more information, or if you have any specific questions, contact 9789 9429.
If you would like to receive information about services and activities for families, please join our electronic mailing list and SMS service.