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About Child Health Pathways

When families can’t access the health services they need, children often suffer the most. The Child Health Pathway project aims to support vulnerable children by empowering their families to navigate the health system successfully.

Funded through the Brisbane South Primary Health Network (BS-PHN) and delivered in partnership with The Salvation Army, the project supports the families of children who attend the Logan Community Hubs. A key focus is on families from CALD backgrounds or with communication difficulties.

How we help

We collaborate with delivery partners to support families struggling to access healthcare.
Parents receive advice on how to navigate the health system and obtain help.
Families with children aged up to six years with developmental challenges are assigned a coordinator to support their journey.

Get in touch

SSI runs the Child Health Pathways program in Logan, Queensland.

SSI Gateway
91 Wembley Road Logan Central, QLD
Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm
P: 07 3412 8222
E: acsl.gatewayofficer@ssi.org.au