Kalwun Child, Youth and Family Services deliver the Family Participation Program, a family wellbeing service, kinship and foster care and education programs.

Our programs offer a synchronized response of support services to address recognised needs and build on the identified strengths of the family, empowering them to build happy, healthy, safe families. 

Feedback and Complaints
Do you have any feedback to share? Do you feel any areas of our care or services could be improved? We would love to hear what you think!
Jarjums Playgroup
Kalwun Jarjums Playgroup supports and enhances learning in young children with a strong emphasis on play-based learning.
Youth Wellbeing Program
The Kalwun Youth Wellbeing program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children on an identified need basis.
Domestic and Family Violence Support Program
Kalwun's Domestic and Family Violence Support Program supports and empowers families escaping and recovering from violence and abuse.
Early Learning Program
The Kalwun Early Learning Program is a free, stand-alone school readiness program based on the Early Years Learning Framework.
Kinship and Foster Care
The Kalwun Kinship and Foster Care service recruits, trains and assesses Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander carers.
Family Wellbeing Service
Kalwun’s Family Wellbeing Service delivers timely, effective support to Gold Coast families with children and young people under the age of 18 years.
Family Participation Program (FPP)
The Family Participation Program (FPP) is here to help you and your family if you are dealing with child protection matters and the Department of Child Safety.
Our centres
Kalwun's Child and Family Support Services are based at offices in Burleigh, Coomera and Beaudesert.
Child and Family Support Services FAQs
Child, Youth and Family Services FAQs
Answers to your frequently asked questions about Child, Youth and Family Services.

Kalwun acknowledges the various Traditional Custodians on whose land we meet, share, learn, work and live. We pay our respect to the Elders past, present and emerging and extend our respect to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people from all Nations of this land.

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