A Statement of Belief:
Children and young people in the child protection system remain part of their families and as such remain important stakeholders in the child protection process.
Therefore partnership with parents is fundamental regardless of difficulties such as age, gender, disability, mental health status, socio-economic status or criminal record.
Parents, life and cultural circumstances must and will be respected by all involved in the Family Inclusion Network Queensland (Townsville).
The next FIN Townsville Committeemeeting will be held on Wednesday 26th October, 2016 from 5pm at 431 Ross River Road, Cranbrook. Also from 3.30pm until 5pm for FIN support workers, peer supervision and support. Further details here.
See latest FIN Townsville Newsletter here
|DATE CLAIMER: Tuesday 1st November, 2016|
|FAMILY INCLUSION NETWORK (FIN) TOWNSVILLE|
|7th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING|
|AITKENVALE LIBRARY MEETING ROOM|
Are you a young person, soon to be leaving foster care to set up on your own? This wonderful volunteer group Stepping Stone Baskets can assist you with some basic necessities. For further information click here
See new video below: "Child Protection and Fathers."
Also: The 10 Top Reasons to Attend a Support Group here.
The Qld Child Protection Commission of Inquiry has released its final report. Read "Taking Responsibilty: A Roadmap for Queensland Child Protection" here
Fathers and the Child Protection System
Ask Don't Tell, Listen Don't Judge.
Sharing Our Experiences: More videos here