The Department for Local Government and Communities aims to support all Western Australians in meeting their needs, enabling them to reach their potential and lead fulfilling lives. The Department for Communities supports Ngala in delivery of parenting support through the Ngala Day Stay and Ngala Parenting Line services, Parenting and Play Time program and Parenting Workshops for families with babies and young children.
The Department for Child Protection and Family Support supports Ngala’s specialist Overnight Stay Service and Tuned-In Parenting program. The Department of Child Protection works closely with Ngala to help families in Western Australia.
The Department of Education currently supports Ngala’s Parent Child Centres in Neerabup and Calista.
The Child and Adolescent Health Service funds Early Parenting Groups, Sleep Matters and Solid Start groups. The Child and Adolescent Health Service also funds the Ngala Parenting Line, in conjunction with the Department of Local Government and Communities.
The Department of Social Services provides funding for Ngala’s DadsWA program, SWAN Alliance – Midland Communities for Children Plus and Indigenous Parenting Support Services.
The Department of Corrective Services is a supporter of Ngala’s Parenting Advice and Support Service in Bandyup Women’s Prison.
Ngala is thrilled to be the recipient of a number of Lotterywest Grants over the years on various projects. Lotterywest is a significant resource for non-government organisations in ensuring viability and ongoing support. Ngala are extremely grateful for the support of Lotterywest and everything it means for our service delivery now and into the future.
The Channel 7 Telethon Trust generously funded a 12-month Pilot Evaluation for Ngala's Growing Strong Brains Toolkit. These Toolkits were rolled out in the Goldfields, building capacity within local communities and with service providers. These Toolkits shared knowledge in a way consistent with Aboriginal family and community traditions.
The Smith Family supports Child and Parent Centre Calista.
The Brotherhood of St Lawrence supports Ngala’s Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters that is based in Rockingham and Girrawheen.
The Parenting Research Centre supports Ngala as the lead agency for the MyTime program in Western Australia.
SmartSteps supports Ngala's annual visit to Toddlerfest at Scitech to promote parent and community involvement in road safety education and improve road safety outcomes for children aged 0 – 4 years.
When: 30 Mar, 9:30am
Birth to 4 months: A 5-week series of workshops for parents with a newborn baby. Each workshop covers a wide range of topics about you and your new baby and provides the opportunity to meet and connect with other new parents in your local area.