- Roadmap for reform
- Universal Health and Education
- Targeted Health and Human Services
- Child Safe Environments
- Adults Supporting Kids (ASK)
- CFSS Family Support Services
- CFSS Intensive Family Services
- Out-of-home care prevention programs
- Programs to prevent intergenerational trauma
- Community Services Support Program - Family Support and Early Intervention
- Early Intervention Research Directorate
Diagram: Understanding the System
The diagram resembles a rainbow of seven bands.
Each band of the rainbow represents a different group that may be called upon to support children, young people or families in South Australia.
The smallest band in the rainbow is labelled 'Community', a group where all children, young people and families should be safe and supported.
Three medium bands of the rainbow represent groups that support all children, young people and families in South Australia.
- universal health and education
- the Adults Supporting Kids (ASK) website, and
- targeted health and human services.
The three largest bands of the rainbow represent groups that support children, young people and families living with high support needs or safety risks.
- Child and Family Support System, Family Support Services
- Child and Family Support System, Intensive Family Services and out-of-home care prevention programs
- Services funded and delivered by the Department for Child Protection.
There are two-headed arrows on the diagram, showing that as the needs of children, young people and families change, the supports they receive will change also.Page last updated : 15 Dec 2021