You can make positive changes in your life - and you don't have to do it alone. Get the support you need to build your resilience, improve your relationships and take part in your community.
If you are between the ages of 10 and 18 and are looking for opportunities and a bit of direction, the Supported Youth Program can help you out.
This service can provide you with support, counselling and mediation with your family if you need it.
There are several ways you can be involved with education, training and community in a non-judgemental and safe environment.
Who is the program for?
The program works with young people who are identified by community or welfare professionals as having significant and/or multiple risk issues such as:
An unstable home environment
Disengagement with School
Experimentation with alcohol or other drugs
Difficulties fitting in socially
Being at risk of Child Protection or Youth Justice intervention
Assessment and case management for young people entering the program is driven by an attachment and trauma theory framework.
It involves developing long-term intervention programs suitable for the young person's stage of life and circumstances.
How does the program work?
The program will focus on developing new pathways for learning through:
Interacting with social and community resources, including agencies already involved
Participate in therapeutic camps for self-development and relationship skills building
Access to youth friendly places for outreach
Be involved with groups or as an individual on activities and projects which promote personal learning
The supported Youth Program is a free service.
Anglicare's Supported Youth Program in the North and Northwest of Tasmania works in partnership with key agencies and professionals to provide care and support for young people aged 10-18 years.
Contact us if your client would like to access this service. Referrals to the Supported Youth Program can be made via Strong Families , Safe Kids.
Call 1800 243 232 (FREE CALL)