14 Aug 2018
Australia’s Health 2018 is the 16th biennial report on the health of Australians, released...
14 Aug 2018
Earlier this year the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet released the Closing...
29 May 2017
The ANFPP National Annual Data Report 2015-16 is now available and provides analysis and...
28 Oct 2016
This year the COAG Advisory Panel on Reducing Violence against Women and their Children...
Site Recruitment Update
We offer challenging and rewarding careers for professionals with experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, who are looking for career development and new experiences.
Home Visiting Team
Who delivers the program
The ANFPP Program Teams are made up of Nurse Supervisors, Nurse Home Visitors, Family Partnerships Workers, and Administration staff based at selected implementing sites.
Important Information for mums
The ANFPP is a free service available to eligible women. Mothers in the program receive support from a nurse during pregnancy, infancy and toddlerhood.
How is the Program Implemented?
Implementing Services are health services that deliver the program to local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.