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The StrongFamilies approach recognises that sometimes families can experience complex problems that cannot be addressed by a single agency - or even many agencies if they work in isolation. Such difficulties families might encounter include:

The role of a StrongFamilies worker is to plan and coordinate services for consenting families who have complex needs and are receiving services from two or more agencies. They bring family members and agency workers together to work in a coordinated way, share relevant information, identify goals, and develop plans to help meet the family's needs.

The StrongFamilies program is coordinated by the Department of Child Protection and Family Support.

Abstract adapted from StrongFamilies


StrongFamilies Coordinator

North East Metro
Ph: (08) 9274 8666
Mobile: 0423 299 621

North Metro (Joondalup)
Ph: (08) 9301 3676
Mobile: 0429 083 299

Ph: (08) 9586 1304
Mobile: 0418 814 961

South East (Armadale)
Ph: (08) 9398 4741
Mobile: 0427 086 793

South Metro (Fremantle)
Ph: (08) 9499 3931
Mobile: 0427 086 263

West Metro (Mirrabooka)
Ph: (08) 9440 1946
Mobile: 0409 962 027

For more metropolitan and regional contacts, please see link below.

Evaluated publications

Cant R, Penter C, Henry D (2007)

Evaluation of the Strong Families program: stage three.

Perth: Strong Families, Western Australia


Last updated: 26 March 2015
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