DO YOU NEED HELP?

Is there any child abuse in your home or community? Are you being hurt in any way?
Do you want to learn better parenting skills? Are you interested in fostering, adopting or temporarily caring for a child in need? You need to get in touch!


DO YOU NEED HELP?

Is there any child abuse in your home or community? Are you being hurt in any way? Do you want to learn better parenting skills? Are you interested in fostering, adopting or temporarily care for a child in need? You need to get in touch!


DO YOU NEED HELP?

Is there any child abuse in your home or community? Are you being hurt in any way?
Do you want to learn better parenting skills? Are you interested in fostering, adopting or temporarily care for a child in need? You need to get in touch!


IF YOU NEED HELP, PLEASE CONTACT US!
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU.

I NEED TO

REPORT CHILD ABUSE

IN MY HOME / COMMUNITY

PHONE: 021 9843945

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW.

HELP

I’M BEING HURT

 CALL CHILDLINE :  08 000 55 555

Report it to a teacher at your school who you trust.

They will in turn ask us on your behalf for help.

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW.


I want to be a

better parent

Please complete the form below.

Also See HELP FOR PARENTS page.

I want to become a

foster or adoptive parent or offer temp care

Please complete the form below.

Also See Adoptions page.

I NEED TO

REPORT CHILD ABUSE

IN MY HOME / COMMUNITY

PHONE: 021 9843945

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW

HELP

I’M BEING HURT

 CALL CHILDLINE :  08 000 55 555

Report it to a teacher at your school who you trust.

They will in turn ask us on your behalf for help

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW

I want to be a

better parent

Please complete the form below

Also See HELP FOR PARENTS page

I want to become a

foster or adoptive parent or offer temp care

Please complete the form below

Also See Adoptions page

FORM

HELP ME

RISK

INDICATORS

1.

Parent/caregiver cause serious physical harm to the child or threatened to cause serious physical harm in the current investigation. 

3.

Parent/caregiver explanation for the injury is questionable or does not correlate with the type of injury, and the nature of injury suggests that the child’s safety may be imminent concern.

5.

Parent/caregiver currently abuses alcohol, drugs or substances which seriously impairs his/her ability to supervise, protect or care for the child.

7.

Parent/caregiver’s emotional, developmental or cognitive status seriously impairs his/her current ability to supervise, protect or care for the child.

9.

Current circumstance, combined with information suggesting a parent’s/caregiver’s history of previous maltreatment of the child in his/her care suggests that the child’s safety may be of immediate concern.

11.

The family refuses access to the child or there is reason to believe that the family is about to flee.

13.

Partner/adult conflict/violence exists in the home. Which places the child at risk of serious physical and/or emotional harm or neglect.

2.

Parent/caregiver does not protect child from serious harm or threatened harm by other adults or children in the home. This may include physical, emotional or sexual abuse or neglect.

4.

Parent/caregiver fails to meet the child’s basic needs for supervision, food, clothing, medical, dental or mental health care.

6.

Parent/caregiver views the child or acts towards the child in a predominantly negative way, which results in the child being a danger to self or others, for example: acting aggressively or being extremely withdrawn and/or suicidal.

8.

Parent/caregiver has a distorted perception of the behaviour/needs of the child.

10.

Child sexual abuse is suspected and the circumstances indicate that the child’s safety may of immediate concern.

12.

The physical living conditions and/or the immediate community are hazardous and immediately threatening to the health and/or safety of the child, and the parent/caregiver is unable/ or unwilling to protect the child in these circumstances.

14.

The child is fearful of parent/caregiver, other family members or other people living in or having access to the family home.

FORM

HELP ME

RISK INDICATORS

1.

Parent/caregiver cause serious physical harm to the child or threatened to cause serious physical harm in the current investigation. 

2.

Parent/caregiver does not protect child from serious harm or threatened harm by other adults or children in the home. This may include physical, emotional or sexual abuse or neglect.

3.

Parent/caregiver explanation for the injury is questionable or does not correlate with the type of injury, and the nature of injury suggests that the child’s safety may be imminent concern.

4.

Parent/caregiver fails to meet the child’s basic needs for supervision, food, clothing, medical, dental or mental health care.

5.

Parent/caregiver currently abuses alcohol, drugs or substances which seriously impairs his/her ability to supervise, protect or care for the child.

6.

Parent/caregiver views the child or acts towards the child in a predominantly negative way, which results in the child being a danger to self or others, for example: acting aggressively or being extremely withdrawn and/or suicidal.

7.

Parent/caregiver’s emotional, developmental or cognitive status seriously impairs his/her current ability to supervise, protect or care for the child.

8.

Parent/caregiver has a distorted perception of the behaviour/needs of the child.

9.

Current circumstance, combined with information suggesting a parent’s/caregiver’s history of previous maltreatment of the child in his/her care suggests that the child’s safety may be of immediate concern.

10.

Child sexual abuse is suspected and the circumstances indicate that the child’s safety may of immediate concern.

11.

The family refuses access to the child or there is reason to believe that the family is about to flee.

12.

The physical living conditions and/or the immediate community are hazardous and immediately threatening to the health and/or safety of the child, and the parent/caregiver is unable/ or unwilling to protect the child in these circumstances.

13.

Partner/adult conflict/violence exists in the home. Which places the child at risk of serious physical and/or emotional harm or neglect.

14.

The child is fearful of parent/caregiver, other family members or other people living in or having access to the family home.