The Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation supports kids living in families affected by mental illness. The program provides recreational, educational camps and other activities, giving kids a break, in a fun, positive and safe environment. Kids have the opportunity to meet other kids in similar families and develop new friendships.
The Kookaburra Program is for children aged 8 - 18 years, who are living in families affected by mental illness.
The Defence Program is specifically for children aged 8 - 18 years, who have a parent with mental illness as a result of their military service.
There are Camps and Activity Days at various dates and locations throughout ACT.2019 dates are to be confirmed.
Sally Adams (ACT Volunteer Coordinator, Kookaburra Kids)
Office days – Mon, Tues, Wed.
(02) 6109 0408
IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you are completing this as a required part of your course (i.e., for a unit or practicum requirement), then you are covered by ACU's insurances. If you are accessing this opportunity as a volunteer outside of a requirement of your course, then you are NOT covered by ACU's insurance policies. If accessing this opportunity as a volunteer we strongly recommend you confirm with the organisation that they have appropriate insurance for volunteers.
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