The project helps parents to identify and address barriers to employment, such as: lack of education; limited work experience; health concerns; housing instability; family issues.
ParentsNext can link parents with services in the local community.
This can help parents to:
We have the flexibility to tailor assistance to meet a parent’s individual needs and work with a range of other organisations that focus on: migrant services; local health services; educational services; local government; job services.
BroadmeadowsMonday to Friday, 9am – 5pm at Kangan TAFE Broadmeadows, Pearcedale Parade, Building A, Room 113.
Please call Victoria to arrange a time to come in or for a general chat about the project. Drop-ins are welcome on Wednesdays, 10am – 12pm.
Contact Victoria on 0439 730 160 or victoria.haggerston(at)bsl.org.au
Walking group at BroadmeadowsTime to get active! Slip on your walking shoes, put the little ones in their stroller and get the blood pumping. Our walking group is a great opportunity to socialise and meet other parents. All welcome.
We meet every Wednesday, 9:30–11am at Kangan TAFE Broadmeadows, Pearcedale Parade, Building A, Room 113. Call Victoria for more information on 0439 730 160.
Craigieburn ParentsNext Craigieburn is open on Thursdays, 9am – 5pm. Call Caroline on 0490 435 969 to arrange a time to come in or for a general chat about the project.
The building is called Connections@Hothlyn, located at 120 Hothlyn Drive, Craigieburn, Victoria 3064.
SunburyParentsNext Sunbury is open on the first and third Tuesday of every month. The office is located at 36 Macedon Street, Sunbury, Victoria, 3429.
Call Caroline on 0490 435 969 to arrange a time to come in or for a general chat about the project.
Parents whose youngest child is aged under six, have had no paid employment in the last six months and live in the Victorian local government area of Hume, which includes Broadmeadows, Tullamarine, Gladstone Park, Craigieburn, Greenvale, Roxburgh Park and Sunbury.
Victoria HaggerstonParentsNext Manager 0439 730 160 or victoria.haggerston(at)bsl.org.au
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