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Home/Child and Family Services/Children’s Intervention and Prevention Pathways – ChIPPs

Children’s Intervention and Prevention Pathways

ChiPPs (Children’s Intervention and Prevention Pathways) is a child and adolescent mental health, and early intervention, service, specifically for children in foster or residential care between the ages of 5 and 18. It provides a range of treatment and assessment approaches tailored to children who have experienced developmental trauma, and their carers. The service has a multidisciplinary focus and draws on a wide range of allied health professionals, including Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Psychotherapists and Play Therapists.

ChIPPs will begin taking referrals in early 2022