SUPPORT FOR YOUTH IS AVAILABLE!
YMCA Youth 360° Program
The Youth 360° Program is a Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women funded program for youth aged 8 to 21. Youth 360° provides an essential one on one early intervention response to young people who present with risk factors that may impact their well-being, and result in harm, exclusion, homelessness and /or negative health outcomes.
Our support model aims to bring young people the outcomes where they:
- experience positive relationships with their family, peers and community;
- are engaged in education, training and/or employment;
- lead healthy and violence free lives; and
- experience safe and stable accommodation.
Youth 360° Program accepts young persons who self-refer or referred by the following:
- Parents, Guardians or Kin relatives;
- Queensland Police Service, Child Safety, Youth Justice, and School;
- Non-government and Community Agencies; and
- Community members.
Young people can access the youth program between Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (excluding public holidays)
To make contact with the Youth 360° program, please call 07 4132 8225 during office hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feedback can be sent through to the Youth 360° Program Coordinator by email: BundyYouth.Coord@ymca.org.au
T@Y is an initiative of the YMCA, Bridges and Stepping Black. The program is aimed at youth aged 12 to 17. The program operates on Thursdays during School term between 4:00pm and 6:30 pm. Join us for fun, arts, traditional activities, sports, games and cooking. Transport is available (within city limits0.
Participants prepare a meal which is shared on the night.
This program is open to Aboriginal and Torress Strait Islander and non-indigenous youth and friends.
Tihs LDAT program is funded through ADF. There is no charge involved.
For more information, please call 0427 340 OR 0439 720 853