Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (10 May) . . Page.. 1883 ..
relationships and do better at school. The following links on the Education website takes parents to information on various supports:o
Student Wellbeing: https://www.education.act.gov.au/school_education/guidance_and_counselling_serviceo
Family and Domestic Violence: https://www.education.act.gov.au/school_education/guidance_and_counselling_service/domestic-and-family-violence-supporto
Parent Engagement in school: https://www.education.act.gov.au/parental-engagemento
Who can help at school: https://www.education.act.gov.au/inclusion-and-wellbeing/students-and-families/who-can-helpo
Support for Students: https://www.education.act.gov.au/inclusion-and-wellbeing/students-and-families/support-for-studentso
Community support for families: https://www.education.act.gov.au/inclusion-and-wellbeing/helpful-resources/community-partners-and-supports
Yarrabi Bamirr, Ngunnawal words for Walk Tall, involves using a family-centric service support model with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families to improve life outcomes and reduce or prevent contact with the justice system. The trial involves a range of agencies (including Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services, Domestic Violence Crisis Service, ACT Policing and Aboriginal Legal Service) working to provide culturally sensitive and intensive support to families.
As part of the program, Justice Reinvestment workers are working together with families to co-design unique family plans to address their goals related to matters such as housing, health, justice, education and employment. Cross-government support is then provided to these families to address their identified needs.
JACS has employed an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trial coordinator to oversee the operational and evaluation requirements of the trial. The trial is seeking to build upon the successes and lessons of related programs, such as the Strengthening Families program.
This process will be evaluated by the Australian National University.
Conflict Resolution Service - Family Tree House Program
The Family Tree House Program supports young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness due to family conflict, to rebuild and reconnect their family relationships.
Roads—accident black spots (Question No 1070)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 23 March 2018 (redirected to the Minister for Transport and City Services):