Statewide Children’s Resource Program Resources
Through A Child’s Eyes: Children’s Experience of Family Violence & Homelessness Designed to assist people in developing awareness and understanding of children’s experiences. Containing children’s stories in their own words, information on the effects of violence, suggested interventions for parents, support workers and others.
Also includes a phone listing of local and state support services for help.
Children’s Fact Sheet Stories from children experiencing homelessness, along with facts and statistics and also discusses the impacts on children and what children need when dealing with homelessness.
Child Development Trauma Impacts for Practitioners Information on what to expect in the developmental stages for the different age groups, what effects trauma may have on these age groups, and age appropriate tips for dealing with the trauma.
homelessness week fact sheet SCRP A fact sheet launched for Homelessness Week 2017 on the impact of homelessness with a focus on prevention through educational engagement.
See Listen and Respond A resource for Specialist Homelessness and other services to assist in their work responding to children.
SCRP SHIP Data input resource 2017 This sheet explains when and how to enter data about children on the SHIP and related databases.
Supporting Your Children Assists parents in supporting their children when they are experiencing times of stress or trauma.
Statewide Children’s Wellbeing Proforma An assessment tool designed for use by agency workers over time with a family to assist them in their work with a child individually. It provides prompts about health, developmental, educational needs to assist workers to consider the child’s needs in a holistic way.
Children’s Resource Program, Loddon Mallee – Project Report Provides a detailed model for the ongoing role of the Children’s Resource Program.
Play Connect Evaluation An evaluation of the ‘play Connect Program’ for children aged 0-5 and their parents who have experienced homelessness and family violence. Qualified Creative Arts Therapists use stories, songs, rhymes and a wide range of expressive art activities to engage children and their caregiver in the therapeutic process.
Child, Young People and Families Service Providers Newsletter
Child Youth and Area Partnerships
Victorian Child Friendly Cities and Communities Charter