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5 Dads Groups and Support Groups in Adelaide

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Whether you're a single dad, stay at home dad or share the responsibilities of playgroup, daycare and shiftwork, dads need support too.

Here are 5 groups for Adelaide dads to socialise, interact or seek help and advice.



Dads Groups, Adelaide, Parenting, Support


1. The Little Big Book Club

"Dads in our community get together for our fun play session with their infants and pre-school age children.

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This is a great opportunity for dads and their children to meet and connect with other families. We would love to see you! Please bring a piece of fruit to share, if you can."

5th and 19th September, 17th and 31st October, 15th and 28th November, and 12th December 2016 from 09.30 - 11.30am.

Located within Ingle Farm Primary School Grounds at Cnr Belalie Road & Montague Rd, Ingle Farm.

Contact:
familyzone@lccare.org.au or Call 8349 6099

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2. Adelaide Dads Facebook Group and Website

This is a group for local dads to join, to chat and get to know other dads in the community!

Create friendships for yourself and your children. If you are new to Adelaide you can meet other dads and ask questions and get the know how of your new suburb.



Dads Groups, Adelaide, Parenting, Support


3. Dads In Distress

Dads in Distress offers peer support that aims to provide help and hope for separated dads and their families.

You can talk with someone who has personally experienced separation... and discover what it might take for you to get through it!

All DIDs services are:
Confidential
Compassionate
Cost-free (some groups request a gold coin donation to cover room hire)

Mondays 7.00pm at DRSSA building - 314 South Road, Richmond.

Thursdays 7.00 pm at Trott Park Community Centre - 34 Hessing Crescent, Trott Park

4. WCH Men's Groups: Fatherhood Group

This group meets for six weeks and provides fathers with the opportunity to discuss topics such as the role of dads.

Raising confident children
Dealing with difficult behaviours
Dealing with stress and anger
Relationships and family dynamics
Communicating with children.

Groups are run at a number of locations including Bagster's Community House in Salisbury North. This group runs from 7pm-9pm on a Monday evening.

If you are interested please contact Steve on (08) 8243 5544 for further information.

5. DADS Group - DADS ARE DOING STUFF

This was developed by a number of fathers who, once they had completed the fatherhood group at Salisbury North, decided that they wanted further groups for fathers.

They organised to run the group from Kid's 'n' You Family Services. The group's focus is to promote the role of fathers in a positive way.

The group organises activities that they and other fathers can do with their children. One example was a recent visit to Penfield Railway where the fathers took their children for the day.

The group meets fortnightly to share ideas, support each other, discuss and plan future activities. If you are interested please contact (08) 8287 4855 or (08) 8243 5544.



Dads Groups, Adelaide, Parenting, Support


Parenting Groups - CAYH

The Child and Family Health Service provides free, state-wide services by qualified nurses, medical staff, social workers, physiotherapists and Indigenous Cultural Consultants.

Ask your Child and Family Health nurse about groups for new parents.

To locate your nearest Child and Family Health centre - click here.

To help you find a group in your local community, they have also prepared a list of contact information for local councils and other orgnisations such as:




Dads Groups, Adelaide, Parenting, Support


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