If you are at immediate
risk please call 000 and
ask for police.
The SFAR program aims to break the cycle of homelessness and transience, through intensive and individualised support for each member of the family.
SFAR works with families to:
SFAR aims to reduce the likelihood of Child Protection intervention by addressing protective concerns and linking families with relevant services and supports.
The SFAR program assists families to identify individual goals and then works with a strengths based approach to achieve positive outcomes for families.
SFAR is available to families that have a history of transience, have recently experienced homeless (within the last six months) and have had a Child Protection history. Families who work with SFAR are generally involved with the program for between 12 – 24 months.
SFAR services are provided in the Baw Baw and Latrobe Shires.