For Young People 

Sometimes young people need some extra support as they transition from childhood to adulthood. Our services are designed to help you through this life stage.

Services For Young People

Financial Intermediary

Helping you manage your support funds to ensure you get the maximum benefit easily.

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Contract Case Management

Helping people with disability, mental health issues, age or illness and injury to build resilience and independence.

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Facilitation and Planning

Personalised assistance with planning and accessing appropriate services.

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Continence Support Scheme

Continence assessment and support in purchasing continence products for children.

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Behaviour Management

A program to improve understanding of emerging behaviours and how to reduce them.

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Mums & Bubs

A support program for young single mums facing homelessness.

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Victims Assistance Program

Support for victims of crime in southern metropolitan Melbourne and Gippsland.

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Placement Prevention Counselling

Support for children and young people at risk of harm or permanent out of home placement.

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Counselling

Confidential support to help families and individuals manage trauma or difficulties that have arisen following sexual assault or family violence.

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Family Services

Support for families facing issues that are affecting the growth and development of their children and family as a whole.

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Engaging Families

Helping families experiencing family violence plus substance abuse or mental health issues to re-establish themselves and function as a family unit again.

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Youth Employment Pathways

Help young people to reengage in employment pathways.

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Support Coordination

Helping people with disability, mental health issues, age or illness and injury to build resilience and independence.

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Carer & Parent Training

Whether you are an experienced carer or new to the role, everyone can benefit from learning more about being a good carer. As a parent, family member, or friend - being the primary carer can at times be challenging and it is okay if you need additional support.

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Group Programs For Young People

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (LivingWorks ASIST)

What: How to recognise and respond to people who may be at risk of suicide

Who: Educators and teachers, club and community members, health professionals, managers and front-line service staff

Where: Narre Warren

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Resilience for Life

What: Interactive program learning positive ways to deal with problems, stresses and life changes

Who: People 18 years and older

Where: Cranbourne West

Held each week over four weeks, each 2 hour Resilience for Life program sessions is designed to help you learn positive ways of dealing with day to day problems, life stresses and changes.

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Deal With It

What: A 60 minute presentation looking at strategies to deal with emotions

Who: Secondary school students

Where: As arranged by schools

A 60 minute presentation for secondary school students looking at strategies to deal with emotions.

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My FRIENDS Youth

What: A 10-week course that provide adolescents with the tools to build resilience and confidence

Who: Secondary school students

Where: Dandenong

The “My FRIENDS Youth” Adolescent Program is an 10-week course that provide adolescents with the tools to build resilience and confidence, to learn skills and techniques to manage difficult or anxiety provoking situations.

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Women Managing Anger

What: 6 week program for women who want practical strategies and support to take control of their anger

Who: Women

Where: Cranbourne West

A 6 week program for women who want practical strategies and support to take control of their anger.

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Young Parents Education Program

What: A Young Parents Education Program which reconnects young parents to access the VCAL in a supportive and flexible environment

Who: Young Parents aged 15-20 yrs old

Where: Cranbourne

A Young Parents Education Program which reconnects young parents to access the VCAL in a supportive and flexible environment

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What others have to say

(Through Kids on Track) I learnt more about how drugs and alcohol affect our bodies. I don't want to end up the same way as Dad so I can now care for my body and make better decisions than what he did. 

Grade 6 Student, Program Participant - Cranbourne