Helping families support their children’s mental health and resilience

With the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting everything we do, many of the related stressors have been potentially passed down to children, placing them at risk of mental health issues. 

 

The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is continuing to make Triple P online programs freely available to all parents and carers with children aged up to 16 years.

 

Triple P online is a web-based parenting program with proven efficacy and effectiveness.  It is available for parents of children aged under 12 years, and a second version, Teen Triple P Online is for parents with children aged 10 to 16 years.

Early childhood educators can also access the service, and are encouraged to let their families know about this free resource.

 

To get started, visit the Triple P Positive Parenting Program here.

 




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