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Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is a Protestant Church with a strong philanthropic mission which led it to become highly involved with child welfare in many parts of Australia.
Allenby Lodge Young Women's Hostel (1919 - 1984)
Bayside Community Youth Hostel (c. 1977 - 1994?)
Bayswater Boys' Homes (1897 - 1986)
Box Hill Boys' Home (1913 - 1984)
Brayton Youth Hostel (1986 - )
Brunswick Girls' Home (1892 - 1902)
Carinya Youth Hostel (1965 - 1980?)
Catherine Booth Girls' Home (1915 - 1976)
Fallen Sisters Home (1884 - 1886?)
Glenroy Girls' Home (1902 - 1915)
The Harbour (1898 - 1994)
The Haven (1897 - 1988)
The Haven Day Care Centre (1985 - 1990)
Heidelberg Boys' Home (1893 - 1895)
Jacana Children's Home (1976 - 1995)
Kardinia Children's Home (1947 - 1986)
Lyndon Lodge (1946 - 1987)
Murrumbeena Girls' Home (1897 - 1912)
Pakenham Boys' Home (1895 - 1897)
Pakenham Girls' Reformatory (1897 - 1900)
Riddell's Creek Girls' Home (1900 - 1940)
The Salvation Army (Southern Territory) (1882 - )
Salvation Army Children's Creche (1915 - 1947)
The Salvation Army EastCare Network (1995 - )
The Salvation Army Peninsula Youth & Family Services
The Salvation Army Southern Territory Archives & Museum (2000? - )
The Salvation Army Westcare (c. 1980 - )
Spring House - Young Women's Hostel (1929 - 1984)
School
The term School refers to an institution (residential or non-residential) designed to provide general education, or training in a specialised area.
Churinga Special Residential School (1967 - 1990)
Salesian College (1929 - )
School of Homecrafts Hostel (1935 - 1976)
Victorian College for the Deaf (1995 - )
Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution (1860 - 1949)
Victorian School for Deaf Children (1949 - 1995)
Yooralla (1945 - 1993)
Social Movement
A Social Movement is a philosophy or collection of ideas around which activists organise themselves.
Child Rescue (c. 1880 - c. 1910)
Female rescue (1850s - 1960s)
Support Service
Support Services are groups who provide services to assist people who were in 'care' as children. Some of these organisations also provide support services to other family members (like the care leaver's children or grandchildren) who have also been affected.
Australian Church Social Improvement Society (1886 - 1957?)
Broken Rites (1992 - )
Care Leavers Australia Network (2000 - )
Child Migrants Trust (1987 - )
Connecting Home (2010 - )
CREATE Foundation (1993 - )
Families Australia (2001 - )
Interim Service for Forgotten Australians (2009)
Link Up Victoria (1990 - )
Open Place: Support Service for Victoria's Forgotten Australians (2010 - )
Stolen Generations Victoria Ltd (2005 - 2010)
Victorian Adoption Network for Information and Self Help (1989 - )