Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is an early intervention and prevention health service.  Our highest priority is to provide assistance to families during pregnancy and with children up to school age that are facing multiple challenges and are in urgent need of therapeutic support.


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June 28, 2017

Tweddle Announce Reconciliation Action Plan and NAIDOC week initiatives

NAIDOC week (2-9th July) is a time for Tweddle staff, families and the community to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and is an opportunity to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and our society. NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920's which sought to increase awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Indigenous Australians. The theme for 2017 is 'Our Languages Matter'. Tweddle has the privilege to work alongside Aboriginal health workers, mums, dads, babies and toddlers as part of our early parenting support programs. We are currently part of a consortium of key agencies in the west working on a project called Footprints for Success - Aboriginal Kids and Families in the West in the LGAs of Wyndham, Brimbank and Maribyrnong.


June 15, 2017

Infant Mental Health Awareness Week events explore the first 1000 days

This week Tweddle hosted two important events as part of International Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2017, a global initiative from 12th – 16th June that invites Government, industry and consumers to consider the distinct needs of babies and toddlers and to invest in the critical services that support the first thousand days (conception to age 2).We were fortunate enough to hear from some incredible guest speakers, health professionals and one amazing dad that reminded us all why we do what we do.



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About Tweddle Child and Family Health Service 

Tweddle requires a health professional referral in order to triage families into our funded Day Stay and Residential programs.

Our Private Day Stay and daytime, evening and overnight In Home Services, telephone and skype consultations do not require a referral. We also provide Childbirth Education and a program called Working Out Dads for Dads living in Wyndham. 

Visit our Services and Programs page to learn more... 

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Tweddle's Futures Document

Tweddle’s programs are underpinned by four key themes also known as our four Ts. Visit our Futures Document page to learn more 



Tweddle is a proud partner of Sons of the West, a Western Bulldogs community health initiative, supporting men living and working in Melbourne’s West to lead healthier lives.



Tweddle would like to acknowledge and pay our

respects to the Traditional Custodians, past and present,

of this land Wurundjeri on which Tweddle provide its services.


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Tweddle acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government


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