Glastonbury Child and Family Services was the new name given in 1984 to the former Glastonbury Children's Home. The name change reflected the agency's new directions and service philosophies. The history of the organisation dates back to 1854 and the establishment of the Geelong Orphan Asylum. In 2011, the organisation changed its name to Glastonbury Community Services.
c. 1854 - 1862 Geelong Orphan Asylum
1862 - 1909 Geelong Protestant Orphan Asylum
1909 - 1955 Geelong and Western District Protestant Orphanage
1955 - 1977 Glastonbury - Geelong Protestant Orphanage
1977 - 1984 Glastonbury Children's Home
1984 - 2011 Glastonbury Child and Family Services
2011 - 2015 Glastonbury Community Services
2015 - Barwon Child, Youth & Family
Sources used to compile this entry: 'History of Glastonbury Community Services', in Barwon Child, Youth and Family website, Glastonbury Community Services, https://www.bcyf.org.au/about-us/history#glastonbury-community-services.
Prepared by: Cate O'Neill
Created: 30 January 2009, Last modified: 24 October 2018