Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is an early intervention and prevention health service with a focus on families in Victoria's north and west.  Our highest priority is to provide assistance to families during pregnancy and with children up to school age that are facing multiple challenges and are in urgent need of therapeutic support.

 

Latest News

October 1, 2014

Tweddle Infant and Perinatal Psychology team talk about Mental Health Week (Oct 5-11)

Tweddle’s Infant and Perinatal Psychology Service Clinical Psychologists Nikki Zerman, Shikkiah de Quadros-Wander and Emma Symes know the consequences of undiagnosed and untreated perinatal depression and the importance of early intervention. Mental Health Week in Australia (5-11th October) gives mental health professionals the opportunity to raise awareness of the issues that may occur in the perinatal period and the impact they have on mums, dads and their children.

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September 24, 2014

Stronger Relationships trial commences at Tweddle

Tweddle has commenced as a Stronger Relationships Trial approved provider. Funded by the Department of Social Services, The Stronger Relationships trial provides financial support in the form of a $200 voucher to eligible couples interested in accessing educational or counselling services. Whether you have been married for twenty years or have just moved in together, relationship education or counselling are great ways of ensuring you and your partner are prepared for whatever life may throw at you.

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About Tweddle Child and Family Health Service 

Every year Tweddle's specialised team of maternal and child health nurses, registered and mothercraft nurses, psychologists, social workers and early childhood professionals provide support to over 4,000 families facing parenting challenges. 

Our highest priority is to provide assistance to families that are facing multiple challenges and who are in urgent need of therapeutic support and intervention.  These challenges are commonly underpinned by isolation compounded by health issues, addiction, family instability and violence, sleep depriviation, feelings of being unable to cope and the complexities that can arise from financial stress, age, ethnicity and other factors. 

We now require health professional referral for our day stay and residential programs. This ensures that we are providing the sort of wrap around services that connect families back to community supports. We also provide peer support groups for parents of children with a disability, developmental delay or chronic illness (My Time), one on one and group psychology support, preparation for childbirth and parenting education classes and a program for parents in prison.  Learn more...

 

 Tweddle Strategic Plan 2012-2017                

 Tweddle's Strategic Plan 2012 -2017

   

                                       

Tweddle would like to acknowledge and pay our

respects to the Traditional Custodians, past and present,

of this land Wurundjeri on which Tweddle provide its services.

 

 Tweddle_Victorian Government    

Tweddle acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government

 


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