Youth Justice Pathways Program
The program is a case managed transitional support program for young people who are at risk of becoming homeless and exiting Youth Justice Centres, or on Youth Justice Orders in the community.
Young People Continuing Care Program
The program is a case managed transitional support program for young people who are at risk of becoming homeless and leaving the care of the out of home care via the child protection system (DHHS).
The Koala program provide early intervention support and planning for young people aged 16-18 who are preparing to leave DHHS care, and are identified as being at risk of homelessness. The program is not tied to any accommodation, though we can support young people for up to 2 years.
Pathways to Independence Program (PIP)
The program provides support and assistance to young people aged 17-21 who have exited or recently exited statutory care placement in residential, foster, kinship or lead tenant. The role of the program is to assist young people to make the transition from statutory care to independent living.