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The Indigenous Family and Child Connect and Family and Child Connect for the Greater Brisbane region is delivered through a partnership between Kurbingui Youth and Family Development and Mercy Community. This integrated model in called “Yadeni Tago” which is Turrbal language for “Advancing Together”.

The partnership acknowledges the strengths of both organisations and has been a great opportunity for all team members to share their skills and knowledge including working with families using various frameworks and approaches incorporated into culturally safe practices for indigenous and non-indigenous families. Yadeni Tago staff ensure that families have the choice to work with indigenous and non-indigenous support staff to meet their individual needs. Yadeni Tago staff are committed to maintain a culturally safe place for both staff and families they work with.

What Yadeni Tago Partnership Can Offer
The option for families to work with Indigenous or Non-Indigenous Family Response Facilitators.
Integrated service delivery.
Cultural learning for all staff in relation to working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, Culturally and Linguistically diverse families and Non-Indigenous families.
Access to the resources, knowledge and skills of staff from both organisations.
Find Out More About the Yadeni Tago Partnership

Phone: 13 32 64 or (13 FAMILY)

Fax: (07) 3265 3263


Hours of Operation

 Monday to Friday

  8:30 am – 5:30 pm

*A message bank service is available outside of these hours.

Where We Are Located


445 Zillmere Road,

Zillmere QLD 4034

Yadeni Tago – Turrbul Language “Advancing Together” to deliver Indigenous Family and Child Connect (IFACC) and Family and Child Connect (FACC)

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