Chief Executive Officer
The Champions Support Network will provide a valuable helping hand for parents and carers out there, especially if you sometimes find that raising and caring for a young person is really challenging. This programme will provide a support structure that you can rely on and it will be one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll ever have.
We know that raising and caring for a young person can be really challenging.
And that, if a young person is at risk of issues such as serious youth violence, it can be hard to identify and access the appropriate support.
But we also know that you’re not alone.
Our Champion Peer Mentors are local parents and carers, just like you, who have experience and knowledge and can guide you in navigating the various support systems you require.
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The Champions Support Network is available to parents and carers who live in:
With children who are:
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