Health and wellbeing
Information about child protection services, parenting support and early intervention, foster care, adoption services and help for communities affected by disaster from Community Services NSW.
Information about reproductive and sexual health services in NSW.
Need help or someone to talk to? Get support or councelling by contacting one of the services listed here.
Resources, information and ideas on physical activity and healthy eating for children.
Information and support for parents and families who have a child or young adult with any type of disability or developmental delay across NSW.
Tips and advice about parenting, including childcare, single parenting, work and caring for yourself.
Find out how to deal with childhood obesity and what you and your family can do to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Knowing your family health history is about documenting and understanding the illnesses that have affected previous generations.
The implementation of Keep Them Safe has resulted in changes to the way child wellbeing and child protection services are delivered in NSW. These new systems and services include initiatives such as Child Wellbeing Units, Family Referral Services, and Family Case Management.
Whatever option you choose - whether it is with a midwife at a birthing centre or a doctor at a maternity hospital (or even a doula at a home birth) - it is your choice.
Information to help you to understand what's going on and make important decisions when labour doesn't quite go to plan.
Information and advice about caring for your baby.
Information for parents on a wide variety of services available for families in NSW, and how families can access them.
In this section, you will find answers to most of your breastfeeding questions.