The voluntary program, which people can opt out of at any stage, provides young people with support for both their mental health and psychosocial needs.
This includes things such as school engagement, accessing training, employment and providing support in prosocial activities. We aim to improve young people’s health and wellbeing and reduce the likelihood of further contact with the justice system.
Young people are offered a voluntary mental health assessment and if found suitable are offered support from our specialist team from our program. Our team includes a psychologist, mental health clinical nurse specialists and consultant psychiatrist, youth case managers and lived experience peer workers.
We work collaboratively with our clients to co-design their recovery plans. Those who have greater needs can choose to be referred to other services for extra support.
How can I join?
Call us on 6263 8622 or speak with your lawyer.
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How can we help?
We can help with things like:
Youth Residential is a residential care program that supports young people with complex needs.
Time to Work Employment Service (TWES)
TWES supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to obtain employment when they leave prison.
Tidda supports women with undiagnosed or unsupported disabilities to transition and successfully reintegrate back into the community after leaving prison.
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