- Small Steps provides young mothers with supported accommodation and parenting and life skills training
- Volunteers help care for the children while the mothers continue their education
- The National Children’s Commissioner says the program’s multigenerational approach benefits both the mothers and the children
“His dad and I have applied to heaps of places but we haven’t had any luck getting into any,” she said.
With no home or support, she was referred to the live-in parenting and life skills program Small Steps, which is run through Hobart City Mission.
It has provided her and her baby with a safe home and allowed her to continue her Year 12…