There are still many remote areas in Australia where services that could support children and their families are not available. Philanthropic funding is enabling the development of the Contact Children’s Mobile Service (CCMs), based in Alice Springs. This service aims to provide a range of child and family programs to the Ti Tree and Utopia Homelands regions for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal families.
Funded by The Yulgilbar Foundation and the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation
Contact Inc. uses processes as appropriate to ensure our programs are grounded on a base of strong evidence, with evaluative measures put in place to inform continuous program improvement. Menzies School of Health Research has been contracted to interdependently evaluate the Contact Children’s Mobile Service from inception. This evaluation is designed to assist to improve program design and delivery
Funded by FaHCSIA