Family Matters Program

Weekly Update W/E 22/2/19

Good Morning Everyone,

KNH has had a great start to the year and we are quite excited about the coming months and some of the new programs that have commenced or are in the pipeline.

I have returned after a 3 weeks holiday with renewed energy and hopes for what we can achieve together this year, we are looking forward to a breakout year.

Family Matters Program – an exciting new program for parents in our community

Our program starts in a week time and we are keen to ensure we have all available spaces filed, however we need some more referrals.

Please contact me urgently (6229 4066) to request further information or make a booking.

Family Matters is a program for parents who want to learn more about:

  • First Aid for children
  • Positive parenting
  • Healthy school lunch ideas
  • Managing money

The program has the Positive Parenting Program at its core and FREE Child Care is provided

Welcome to:

In 2019 we have welcomed a few new programs and initiatives including:

Please click on the links above to find out more about the programs. 

We welcome the return of:

  • Peace Education Program
  • NDIS – Baptcare
  • Anglicare Financial Services
  • Advocacy Tasmania
  • Yoga, Beginners and Intermediate
  • Little Treasures Parenting Group
  • Health Education Program
  • ySpace Youth Programs
  • Loui’s Van
  • Scarbble, and
  • Ons Genoegen Card Group.

Tenancy Law Information Sessions – Know Your Rights

The Tenants Union of Tasmania is conducting free legal information sessions across the state for tenants and other interested parties.

Considering the current Tasmanian housing crisis, it is important for tenants to know their rights so they are not improperly put out onto the street or living in substandard homes.

We have had a couple of people interested but need 10 people to conduct a session at the House.  So if you are interested please let us know by clicking here and we can arrange a session. Please let us know your preferred day and time.


Visit the event calendar for a full list of this week’s events.

As always, please feel free to contact us to suggest ideas, raise any issues or discuss concerns – our community values your feedback.

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