• Organisation

Family Group Homes run by Glastonbury, Victoria

Details

From the mid 1970s Glastonbury – Geelong Protestant Orphanage, and its successors Glastonbury Children’s Home and Glastonbury Child and Family Services, ran a number of family group homes in the Geelong area. The first family group home was established by Glastonbury in 1974. Over the following decade Glastonbury opened several more family group homes in the Geelong area. The exact opening and closing dates for many of these homes are not yet known.

  • From

    1970s

  • To

    2000s

Locations

  • 1974 - 1984

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 22 The Avenue, Belmont, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • 1979 - 2000s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 80 Settlement Road, Belmont, Victoria (Building Unknown)

  • 1980 - 2000s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 1 Nantes Street, Newtown, Victoria (Building Unknown)

  • 1980 - 2000s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 25 Carnarvon Drive, Grovedale, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • 1980 - 1990s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 81 Apex Avenue, Belmont, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • c. 1982 - 2000s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 18 Portsmouth Crescent, Grovedale, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • 1983 - 1990s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 20 Oberon Drive, Belmont, Victoria (Building Unknown)

  • c. 1983 - 2000s

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 7 Bundoora Crescent, Highton, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • 1983 - 1996

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 29 Chaucer Street, Hamlyn Heights, Victoria (Building Still standing)

  • 1985 - 1996

    Glastonbury Children's Home ran a family group home at 173 Verner Street, East Geelong, Victoria (Building Still standing)

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