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Home
The term Home is used to describe any institution that accommodated children, for example, orphanages, children's Homes, disability institutions, family group homes, hospitals and juvenile justice institutions.
Barnardos Children's Family Centre (c. 1983 - )
Barnardos House (1964 - 1982)
Berwick House (1968 - 1983)
Bimberi Youth Justice Centre (2008 - )
Birralee (1957? - 1968)
Inanna inc. Crisis Service (2009 - 2016?)
Lowana Youth Services (1989 - 2012)
Marlow Cottage (1976 - )
Marymead Child and Family Centre (1967 - )
Narrabundah House Indigenous Supported Accommodation (1980? - )
Oasis Youth Residential Service (1978 - )
Outreach House (1976 - )
Quamby Youth Detention Centre (1962 - 2008)
Queen Elizabeth II Family Centre (1963 - )
Hospital
A Hospital is an institution that provides medical, surgical, or psychiatric care and treatment for the sick or the injured, and to women during and after childbirth.
Queen Elizabeth II Family Centre (1963 - )
Hostel
The term 'Hostel' refers to a type of institution for young people. Most commonly, hostels catered for 'older' children and young people from around the age of 15. Often young people came to a hostel after leaving a children's home or reformatory. Hostels were designed to assist former residents of orphanages and children's homes with the transition to paid employment and independent living. Educational Hostels were another category, providing accommodation and possibly some educational support for young people, in a location nearby to school. Educational hostels are usually located in rural areas.
Inanna inc. Crisis Service (2009 - 2016?)
Lowana Youth Services (1989 - 2012)
Narrabundah House Indigenous Supported Accommodation (1980? - )
Outreach House (1976 - )