Family & Relationship Community Education

The Family and Relationship Community Education program provides education to groups, individuals and professionals to strengthen relationships, support families, improve the wellbeing of children and increase participation within communities.

Through the development and implementation of programs and educational workshops, CentacareCQ aims to increase community connections, build strong and resilient families and educate the community based on their current needs.

Training content will be tailored to individual community needs, but some topics that may be covered include:

  • Behaviour Management
  • Effective Co-Parenting
  • Coping after separation
  • Budgeting
  • Parenting with Mental Illness
  • 1, 2, 3 Magic Parenting Workshop
  • Bullying
  • Preparing for ‘Schoolies’
  • Creating Independence

Eligibility

Services can be provided to:

  • Families
  • Children
  • Young people
  • Communities
  • Professionals

Fees

Fees for both community and individual education will be set when the educational opportunity or workshop is booked.

Fee for Service for organisations is $120/hr + GST.

It is CentacareCQ’s policy that no client will be refused service due to their inability to contribute a fee.

Bookings

To find out what educational opportunities are coming up in your area, call our friendly Client Contact Team on 1300 523 985 or visit our events page.

Fee for Service education can be negotiated by contacting the Senior Regional Coordinator of Family & Community Support Services in your local area on 1300 523 985.

This CentacareCQ service is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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