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Night Nurses: health care on the pavement

Homelessness doesn’t take a holiday. It’s all day and all night for people who have nowhere to call home. While the festive season is a happy time for most of us, it’s a very lonely time for the homeless. And few of the services they rely on remain open.

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Coffee With A Cause

Coffee With A Cause

Our social enterprise coffee shop and training site Good 2 Go was launched at the end of 2014 to combat the unreasonable barriers that many young people are faced with when endeavouring to find work, and the rising rate of youth unemployment that results from this..

What we do

Our Programs

Our broad range of services enables a holistic approach to tackling disadvantage, homelessness, and alcohol and other drug issues.

Youth Projects provides a non-judgemental service with a strong focus on harm minimisation and works with clients on a personalised, tailored basis to address complex issues.

Our programs

Health & Outreach

Youth Projects provides free access to health and support services to disadvantaged individuals to improve physical, mental and social wellbeing, with a strong focus on harm minimisation, early intervention and prevention.

Employment

Youth Projects understands that the right path to secure employment is not a fast-tracked “one-size fits all” approach. That is why our dedicated team of training and employment professionals work alongside our clients to create an individualised plan that will see them not only employed, but equipped with the skills and confidence to maintain their new working lifestyle.

Education & Training

Youth Projects works with local schools, families and community organisations to engage or re-engage young people back into education or secure alternative education and training opportunities.  We provide flexible and tailored training opportunities for employers, employees, job seekers and community organisations.

Harm Prevention & Safety

Youth Projects has long been at the forefront of harm prevention across the community, launching its first Needle Syringe Program in 1990.

Our Programs

Our broad range of services enables a holistic approach to tackling disadvantage, homelessness, and alcohol and other drug issues.

Youth Projects provides a non-judgemental service with a strong focus on harm minimisation and works with clients on a personalised, tailored basis to address complex issues.