NSW Public Health Bulletin archive

9. Health services

Margo Eyeson-Annan, Louisa Jorm, Belinda O'Sullivan, Michael Giffin

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Margo Eyeson-Annan

Louisa Jorm

Belinda O'Sullivan

Michael Giffin

Abstract

NSW Health provides a range of health care services to children and their families. Services specifically provided for children and their families, either through NSW Health, through other government departments, or through nongovernment or private organisations, include: child and family health services, family care centres, residential care centres, parent help telephone lines, child and family teams in community health centres, child protection services, child and adolescent mental health services, housing support services, educational support services, children’s wards in general hospitals, and specialist children’s hospitals.