Connected Communities

Ensuring families and children benefit from being better connected to eachother, services and the community.

Parenting Services

Connected Communities

Strengthening families and communities.

Connected Communities provides free in-home support to improve the health and wellbeing of parents, carers and their children.  The service is focussed on building and strengthening parent-child relationships, and linking families to relevant support in their local communities.


Trained Parent Mentors are available to assist parents and carers with information and strategies around common parenting challenges.  

Connected Communities also provides free parenting courses to support parents and carers gain an improved understanding of their children's developmental needs and behaviours.

What are the benefits of Connected Communities?

Parents and carers who participate in this program will benefit from it by:

  • Expanding their knowledge and skills in being able to meet their children’s social, emotional and developmental needs;
  • Increasing their confidence to help their children with early learning, and supporting school transition and engagement; and
  • Growing their ability to find and maintain connections with other families and services.

Who can access the Connected Communities program?

Connected Communities is available for anyone parenting a child up to 12 years of age and living in the following suburbs:

  • Alexander Heights
  • Balga
  • Girrawheen
  • Koondoola
  • Marangaroo
  • Mirrabooka
  • Nollamara
  • Westminster

Our Location

Connected Communities operates from Malaga, Western Australia. For more details about our location please click here.

Making Contact

To find out how Connected Communities can benefit you, please contact us at parenting@communicare.org.au. 

Acknowledgements

Communities for Children Mirrabooka is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and facilitated by The Smith Family.