Youth Services in Brimbank

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1. Brimbank Youth Resource Centre

1.1. Open to the ages of 12-25 years old

1.2. The Brimbank Youth Resource Centre provides a safe and organised place for young people to meet. The centre provides up to date information on issues affecting young people and offers drop-in programs, music & art programs and individual support

1.3. 90 Taylors Rd, Keilor Downs VIC 3038 Phone: 9364 1800 Email: [email protected] Web: wwww.brimbankyouth.com

2. Visy cares Hub

2.1. Open to all young people aged 12-25 years old.

2.2. Visy Cares initiates capital works projects that enhance the quality of life for the community.

2.3. 80B Harvester Road Sunshine VIC 3020 Phone: (03) 9091 8200

3. Sunshine Youth Legal Centre

3.1. Open to all young people aged 12-25 years old.

3.2. The Sunshine Youth Legal Centre (SYLC) offers free legal advice and referral form their office at the Visy Cares Hub. The centre can offer advice on: Police matters Fines Family Law Neighbourhood Disputes Accidents Debt

3.3. The centre is open Tuesday and Thursday. Make an appointment by phoning 9091 8200, or rock up and ask for SYLC at the front desk. 80B Harvester Road Sunshine VIC 3020 Phone: (03) 9091 8200

4. PCYC Street Sufer Bus

4.1. Must be between the ages of 12-25

4.2. PCYC Street Surfer Bus / BYS goals are to provide program activities and services for young people aged 12 - 25 yrs. The Brimbank PCYC youth service team also provide support to other organizations offering services to young people in the municipality and advocates for young people and service providers in the City of Brimbank

4.3. Glenn Cook: Youth Programs and Safety Officer Work: 9091 8208 Mobile: 0409 843 848 Email:[email protected]

5. Generalist Youth Support & Counselling

5.1. 12- 25 Years old and living, studying or working in Brimbank

5.2. Provide support to young people experiencing : Stressed out Feeling sad, angry, or overwhelmed Worries about friendships & relationships Confusion about sexuality & sexual health Troubles communicating with parents Issues @ school Confusion about education & employment Feeling lonely & isolated Family violence Bullying at school or online Worries about body image Looking for education or employment

5.3. Phone (03) 9091 8229 Web: www.brimbankyouth.com Email: [email protected]

6. Youth Drop in @ West Sunshine

6.1. Must be high school aged (12-18)

6.2. Come along to West Sunshine Community Centre to the drop-in computer lab and indoor sports, the program runs at West Sunshine Community Centre on THURSDAY AFTERNOONS during the school term from 3:30-6:30pm.

6.3. Brimbank Youth Services: 9091 8229 Email: [email protected]

7. Salvation Army Social Housing Services

7.1. Ages 15-25 years who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Must currently reside in brimbank area

7.2. Accommodation placement and/or support, Crisis/emergency accommodation, Homelessness support, Assessment, Assistance

7.3. Shop 6, 147 Harvester Road SUNSHINE, 3020, VIC (03) 9312 5424

8. Sunshine Youth Housing

8.1. Ages 15-25 years who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Must currently reside in brimbank area

8.2. Sunshine Youth Housing provides information and advice to young people aged 15-25 years who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Sunshine Youth Housing also provides assistance to young people in securing long term housing i.e. private rental, public housing and social housing, including rooming houses.

8.3. 80B Harvester Road Sunshine VIC 3020 Phone: (03) 90918200

9. St.Albans Youth Housing

9.1. This program is for young people aged 15-25 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We support young men, women, single people, couples and families within the Brimbank City Council area, including Deer Park, Keilor, St Albans, Sunshine, Sydenham and Taylors Lakes

9.2. StAYH is a housing program for young people, based in St Albans. Our support workers help with finding a safe, affordable place to live and developing skills in independent living.

9.3. Good Shepherd Youth & Family Service 354 Main Road West St Albans Vic 3021 Email: [email protected] Please note: To become part of StAYH young people should first contact the access point: SASHS (Salvation Army Supported Housing Service) 6/147 Harvester Rd, Sunshine. Phone 03 9312 5422 for an appointment.

10. St. Albans Community Youth Club

10.1. Open to all ages

10.2. They serve as an opportunity for local residents to gain information about local events and issues and to become involved in the resolution of individual and community issues with the help of their neighbours.

10.3. Main Road East. Opposite Erica Avenue, St. Albans 3021 Phone: (03) 9366-4302

11. Centre for Multicultural Youth

11.1. 12 and 21 years, and who are newly arrived (up to five years) and/or have refugee experiences.

11.2. They aim to ensure that young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds have every opportunity to succeed in Australian society.

11.3. 80b Harvester Road Sunshine VIC 3021 Tel: (03) 9091 8200 Fax: (03) 9091 8203

12. VU Youth Transitions

12.1. Current and future VU students

12.2. Youth Transitions provides ESL Access and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) programs for young people, primarily those who have left school without completing Year 12.

12.3. Faye Hadden Ph: 03 9919 8573 Fax: 03 9919 8830 Email: [email protected]