Whitehorse Child, Youth and Family

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    About This Service

    Whitehorse child, youth and family team provides assistance to people who live, work or have significant connections to Whitehorse that may be experience disconnection from family and community relationships. These services often take the form of individual counselling, family counselling, therapeutic groups or community development activities. Groups are held throughout the year, including:

    •           Bringing Up Great Kids (for parents)

    •           Treehouse (primary school aged children)

    •           Girls with Attitude (for young women aged 13 to 16 years)

    •           Mankind (for young men aged 13 to 16 years)

    •           Next Step (for young people aged 15 to 20 who have previously accessed EACH Youth and Family Services)

      • Service Provider

        EACH Social & Community Health

      • Service Name

        Whitehorse Child, Youth and Family

      • Service Address

        10 Silver Grove, Nunawading, 3131

      • Phone

        (03) 8878 3800

      • Email

        youthandfamilyvic@each.com.au

      • Service Hours

        Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

      • Interpreters

        Yes

      • Service Type

        INDIVIDUAL

      • Service For

        Disconnection from family and community relationships, associated with Whitehorse

      • Languages (other than English)

        English

      • Disability Access

        Yes

      • Drop In Service

        Yes

      • Outreach

        Yes

      • Outpost

        Yes

      • Costs

        Free

      • Public Transport Information

        Nunawading train station

    More information for teachers, wellbeing staff and service professionals

      • Participation Length

        Varies

      • Participation Type

        Voluntary

      • Secondary Consult

        Yes

      • Staff Profile

        5

      • Specific Exclusions

        Must reside or work in City of Whitehorse. May be referred to more appropriate service if prominent issue evident.

      • Funding Limit?

        Ongoing

      • Who Can Refer

        Self referral, Parent/Guardian, Other service, School

      • Emergency Referral and Intake Process

        Must reside or work in City of Whitehorse. May be referred to more appropriate service if prominent issue evident.

      • E-Referral Option

        Yes


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