Despite the challenges 2021 brought, it was a year of achievements for the L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program.
The Victorian Government and Melbourne City Mission are joining forces to help keep young people experiencing homelessness in Werribee safe – and help them get back on their feet.
On behalf of our clients, staff and volunteers, thank you for helping thousands of Victorians to live their life, their way, when they needed it more than ever.
A report released by Melbourne City Mission is urging the community services sector and the government to come together to recognise young people as victim survivors of family violence in their own right and provide support they deserve.
Six years ago, among many important findings, the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence identified young people as the ‘silent victims’ of family violence.
Young people have distinctive pathways into and experience of homelessness, including having limited coping strategies and resources as well as being at high risk of further trauma, according to new research from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI).
Frontyard Youth Services is happy to announce our education sessions on Youth Homelessness will recommence from Term 1, 2022.
This month, our Board Chair, Di McDonald, will be stepping down after an incredible ten years on the MCM Board, having reached the maximum term allowed by our constitution.
MCM is delighted to welcome the staff and clients of Kalparrin Incredible Kids, an early childhood intervention service based in Greensborough, as they merge with our Early Childhood Intervention Service, taking effect from 11 October, 2021.
Celebrating our wonderful educators at The Hester Hornbrook Academy today who have gone above and beyond to keep students engaged in learning during a pandemic.