headspace Warrnambool is a FREE youth friendly service for those aged 12-25 years. headspace supports young people with their:
- mental health and wellbeing
- physical and sexual health
- alcohol and other drugs support
- work, school and study
- accommodation support
The Orange Door provides a new way for women, children and young people experiencing family violence, and families who need assistance with the care and wellbeing of children to access the services they need to be safe and supported.
*Story originally featured on Fostering Connections. Julie is currently a staff member in the Home-Based Care team at Brophy. Julie was 15 years old when her parents became foster carers providing care to more than 100 children and young people in the Warrnambool...
Foyer Warrnambool is partnering with Victoria's Container Deposit Recycling Scheme, meaning the south-west community can support a program which supports young people to reach their employment, educational and lifestyle goals. The Foyer Warrnambool has registered as a...
There has never been a better time to become a foster carer. More than 450 children each night in the south-west need a foster home. That's more than we have carers. If a home is unable to be found, children might need to move out of region - away from their friends,...
Kinship Carer's “rewarding” experience Brophy Kinship Care Nicole Walker “wouldn't change (her role) for the world” and describes it as “so rewarding”. Nicole and her husband have cared for Montana, a nine-year-old girl, since she was three months old. “She's been...
Promoting justice, fairness and human rights.
Strengthening and enabling individual and community decision making.
Responding in a timely, engaging and respectful manner.
Striving for shared connections to create better client outcomes.