The Network advocates for evidence-informed policymaking and funding to enable Hubs to effectively meet the diverse needs of children and families.

In 2023 our advocacy work has focused on informing the National Early Years Strategy and providing recommendations to government on investment in Child and Family hubs in all settings. A focus of the advocacy work has been the need for investment in ‘the glue’ or hubs funding that supports the integration of services and supports to reduce fragmentation.

Access The Network’s submission to the National Early Years Strategy ‘Integrated Child and Family Hubs A Plan for Australia’.

Organisations and individuals whose work touches on service integration and Child and Family Hubs are welcome to join the network and contribute to our policy and advocacy efforts.

Proudly in partnership with

National Child and Family Hubs Network members span various disciplines and have a shared interest in Child and Family Hubs. The Network acknowledges the support of the Ian Potter Foundation, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course (Life Course Centre) and Children’s Health Queensland.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.