We assist young people to improve their relationships with family and significant others through the Family Reconciliation Mediation Program (FRMP).
This state-wide service allows young people to explore options for family reconciliation, develop coping mechanisms and reconnect to culture and community.
Completed forms can be emailed to the FRMP team. Note, all forms are designed to be filled electronically. No scanned copies will be accepted.
Brokerage is provided to young people who are or are at risk of homelessness to overcome barriers related to past and or present trauma.
Search our approved practitioner register to select a practitioner for your brokerage application.
We are continuously seeking expressions of interest from eligible private practitioners to join our approved list.
Once an application is approved, the young person and the selected practitioner receives an email outlining the details of the allocated interventions.
Emails include the number of sessions offered and the practitioner receives additional information regarding invoicing. This process usually takes a few days.
Case workers may support their clients to arrange the initial appointment. Any following appointments can be made by the applicants themselves if they wish.
If an application is unsuccessful, applicants are contacted to discuss the possibility of re-submission.
We also provide information, training and consultation to homelessness networks, youth networks, local government and community programs to improve service delivery.
We advocate to raise awareness of the issues facing young people experiencing homelessness linked to family and community connection.
For more information, please contact 03 9453 8511.