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Warrnambool and Portland offer free, confidential, youth friendly services for young people aged 12 -25.

GP youth clinic for Physical and mental health check-ups, sexual health and vaccinations.

Counselling and mental health support and drug and alcohol counselling, and Adolescent tele-psychiatry. Also vocational and education advice and support and adolescent tele-psychiatry.



Foyer Warrnambool is a youth accommodation residence that provides opportunities for young people aged 16 to 25 years to engage in individual and group activities aimed at developing the skills necessary to build independence and stability, covering the areas of: Education, Employment, Housing and Living Skills, Civic participation, Social connections, and Health and wellbeing.


TAC L2P Driver Mentor Program

The TAC L2P Program assists disadvantaged Victorian learner drivers aged 16 to 21 with no access to a supervising driver or vehicle to gain the 120 hours driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.



Yumcha is an LGBTIQA+ diversity group for young people, their friends and allies under the age of 18 who want to connect and meet others in a safe and welcoming space

Safe and Connected

We want you to be connected to your community, know about opportunities in your area and have independent people to go to when you need someone to talk to. We’re here to support you to feel safe and connected.

We can come to you, you can come to us or we can meet you somewhere in the middle.


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Young Parents Program

This program provides parental education and information, support, social networking, referral and access to the broader service system to young parents aged 15–25 years with multiple complex needs.


SAFE Group is a space for those over 18 wanting to have a positive impact in the South West supporting and celebrating our LGBTIQA+ communities. This group offers social connections while working towards goals and outcomes delivered by the SAFE in the South West Program with opportunities to create and participate in advocacy work, activities, events and celebrations for all community

Contact our experienced youth support workers

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