Services listed on the HealthyGC Directory are for public information and are not endorsed by the Gold Coast Primary Health Network. 


Found 11 results, services for Child and Youth Health
 

Adoption, Belonging and Connection Group

These groups are for adults who were adopted or who lost somebody to adoption and who feel that this has impacted on their sense of identity, sef-esteem, relationships with others or other domains of their life.
 
The workshops will involve activities aimed at building a positive sense of identity, explori. . .

Autism Play & Connect Group

Come and meet other families and enjoy play activities for children with an ASD/ Developmental Delay. There is no need for a referral or diagnosis. The PlayConnect Playgroup is provided at no charge to the families under the Australian Government Helping Children with Autism package.

Glow Cares

Glow Cares: Mothers Project is a community organisation that provides free programs and services aimed at encouraging, empowering and equiping mothers within our community. 

We offer free:
-Playgroups
-Walking Groups
-Exercise Classes
-Educational morning teas
-Counselling 
-Advocay and support
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Gold Coast Active and Healthy Water Exercise Group

There is support available to you to become more physically active.

Water exercise is a low intensity activity which supports mental wellbeing, promotes relaxation, stress reduction and pain relief.

Active and Healthy Gold Coast's water exercise sessions will be run by Mental Health First Aid Certified fitness providers in. . .

Gold Coast Youth Service: Housing and Support Program (HASP)

What does the HASP mean?
The Gold Coast Youth Service HASP team is focused on providing support to vulnerable young people, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Sometimes things happen and for whatever reason, you either can’t keep living where you are or you might become homeless or you mi. . .

Gold Coast Youth Service: Mobile Support Services

Mobile support services: 
The Gold Coast Youth Mobile support team provide individualised case management support to vulnerable young people who are homelessness. 

When transport is a barrier to accessing services, the Mobile Support Team is able to come to you to discuss and assess your situation. . .

Gold Coast Youth Services: Youth Access Support Services

The Gold Coast Youth Service YASS program is focused on providing early intervention supporting vulnerable young people, strengthen their relationships with their families and support networks. 
 
Who can access this? 
  • We support young people aged 12 to 18 years of age
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North Gold Coast Early Years Centre

The North Gold Coast Early Years Centre is a one-stop-shop for families with children aged between 0 and 8 years of age. We aim to support families to give their child the best start in life. Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Child Health Nurse
  • Child Care Centre consultation
  • Playgroups

The Hub @ PCCS - After Hours Drop-In Service

The Hub is our community-based drop-in centre. It’s a fun, engaging and safe space designed for people who are experiencing mental health issues and need support.

It’s a place to go after hours and find non-urgent, face-to-face support from a social worker or specialised mental health care nurse on-site.

The Labrador Child & Family Centre

The Labrador Child & Family Centre creates a culturally inclusive environment. Our hub is supportive, accepting and accessible to the needs of families with children aged 0-12. The LC&FC is focused on building social connections to link families through providing a one stop suite of services, inclusive of but not limited to, supported playg. . .