The Youth transitions program aims to provide intentional, trauma informed and developmentally sensitive learning pathways and therapeutic transitions for young people 16-20 years of Age.
Youth Transitions supports young people to understand and build positive relationships with people who are important to them as well as supporting young people to identify, establish, and maintain networks and support systems to assist them in their transition toward independent living, including engagement in community activities, employment, education, health and wellbeing.
Youth Transitions provides an holistic and diverse range of supports and services to young people, which are tailored to meet developmental needs, as well as promoting the healing of trauma experienced in the past.
Who this service is for
Young people 16-20 years of age
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
Gene Leja | Youth Transtional Support Worker
T 62700319 | M 0415 819 307
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