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Parenting Connection WA

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Parenting Connection WA is a new approach to supporting parents in many communities around the state.

Anglicare WA and Ngala are joining forces to bring their parenting knowledge and skills to nine regions across the state under one umbrella. 

This partnership is known as Parenting Connection WA. It involves community partners such as Wanslea Family Services.

Its mission is for parents to have the knowledge, skills and

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 confidence to be the best parents they can be.

Parenting Connection WA is working with local communities to identify particular needs, ensuring services are the right fit for that community.

If you’re a parent, community group or service provider, you can let us know your thoughts, have your say and tell us what services would help you.

It’s as easy as submitting an enquiry to your local Parenting Connection WA mailbox.

Do you have a parenting concern or question?

Call the Ngala Parenting Line on 9368 9368 or 1800 111 546 for country callers from Monday to Sunday, 8am to 8pm. You can also request a call online.


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