The State-wide Children’s Resource Program (SCRP) advocates for and assists practitioners in homelessness support and other non-government services to respond more effectively to the needs of children who have experienced homelessness and/or family violence.
The Children's Resource Program advocate on behalf of children and young people in the homelessness and family violence sectors. We uphold the rights of children as stated in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Homelessness and family violence may impact on children by:
Posters - Child Development and Trauma Impacts - Guides for Practitioners and Parents
More examples of resources can be found on the Statewide CRP website
Inner and Outer East - Annual Report
Victorian Statewide Children’s Resource Program Yearly Report - information and data from across the state, regarding brokerage and activities.
Each region across the state of Victoria has a Children's Resource Program Coordinators who offers flexible and tailored support to agencies. This includes regional information; training; support and resources; and promoting best practice to those working with children in homelessness and support services.
They also administer the Children's Brokerage Funds and facilitate Children's Network meetings
Eastern Coordinator - Susie Lukis
If you would like flyers/information added to this site or further information about resources, please contact the Children’s Resource Program on 8870 4042 or email firstname.lastname@example.org