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This spreadsheet displays the live status of youth services in Western Australia in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The data in this spreadsheet is automatically collated from this Google Form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSez6r8UCkKc4xOijxUYgb6SNwV9-HrTiKmznk1ATJqZOYzfXQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
If you have any feedback or encounter errors with the form or the data in this spreadsheet, contact
matthew@yacwa.org.au.
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TimestampEmail AddressService NameOrganisationService status overviewService status (detailed)Service SuburbService RegionService classifications
Service target cohorts (select all that apply)
Service eligibility criteriaService addressContact number
Secondary service contact number
Contact emailContact hoursWebsiteFacebookInstagram
Is this service funded by the Department of Communities
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4/15/2020 11:06:26admin@aysa.org.auAlbany Youth Support Association (AYSA)Albany Youth Support AssociationOperating as normal, Reduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactYoung House Crisis Accommodation has reduced the number of beds from 8 to 4 to cater to isolation requirements for COVID-19. Outreach Programs including Reconnect, Navig8, Open Access, Tracks and both Albany and Denmark Outreach remain business as usual where possible to minimise the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on clients. We are providing face to face support in crisis and essential means via outreach, online and phone support, arts / music based webinars / tutorials and video conferencing etcAlbany and surrounding townsGreat SouthernAdvocacy, Arts program, Crisis accommodation, Emergency relief, General youth homelessness service, Out of home care provider and/or support service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care
Eligibility varies depending on required program but in general we aim to support young people aged 12-25 years old through at least one of our programs
12 Young Street Albany9842 20820407 002 754outreach.manager@aysa.org.au
Monday - Friday office hours
www.aysa.org.auhttp://m.facebook.com/albanyyouthsupportassociationhttps://www.instagram.com/openaccessyoutharts/Yes
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26/5/2020 15:51:02
twolfenden@parkerville.org.au
Armadale Youth Accommodation ServiceParkerville Children and Youth Care IncOperating as normalAYAS is maintaining current clients at the service. There is currently 1 male bed available (as at 26 May) and likely 2 beds available at the end of this week. ArmadalePerthCrisis accommodation, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
15 to 20 years, male and female, supported short term 3 month crisis accommodation. Board and lodgings $230.00 f/n
Due to client confidentiality, our service address is not advertised9235 70430409 181 336ayas@parkerville.org.au24 hour serviceWww.parkerville.org.auYes
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4/15/2020 12:12:53
enquiries@avoncs.org.au
Avon Community ServicesAvon Community ServicesReduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactService is now over the phone or online for 1:1 Mentoring. Accommodation intake is suspended at this pointNortham, Merredin, Moora and NarroginWheatbeltGeneral youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, Youth drop-in centre, Youth Mentoring Service and Diversional Activities/ Programs
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Aged 12 - 25
See our website for our locations
9622 2612enquiries@avoncs.org.au9.00 am - 5.00pmwww.avoncs.org.auhttps://www.facebook.com/avonycsinfo/@avoncommunityservicesYes, WACHS
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4/15/2020 14:01:02manager@byfh.org.auBroome Youth and Families Hub Inc.Broome Youth and Families HubOperating as normal, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contact, Staff working from home, limited face to face contact Youth activities being provided by deliveries to homes, Facebook engagement, phone support, outreach to support stay at home practices for clients/participants of BYFH BroomeKimberleyAdvocacy, General youth homelessness service, Sports & recreation program, Youth drop-in centreAll above33 Louis Street, Broome 9193 63910400 556 564manager@byfh.org.au
8.00am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday, 5.30pm-1.00am Friday - Saturday, phone support
www.byfh.org.au
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005052756693
Yes
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4/15/2020 8:31:09
coordinator@calvaryyouth.com.au
Calvary Youth ServicesCalvary Youth Services Mandurah IncReduced staffing, Reduced client intake, Online / phone contactOver the phone assessments, current clients self isolating in the crisis center, staff on leave, MandurahPeelCrisis accommodation, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
1-25 year olds homeless or at risk of homelessness
15-25 years, homeless or at risk of homelessness
40 Sutton Street, Mandurah.9581 17410419 909 178youthworker@calvaryyouth.com.au24/7www.calvary-mandurah.orgYes
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4/20/2020 15:58:18
yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
Carlow HouseMercyCareFace-to-face contact (on premises)We have 4 beds at Carlow and currently we are at capacity. Due to the individual needs of each person who comes to our service, we do not operate on a waitlist, however we have a weekly list of our program availabilities. You can contact us to be added to this weekly email list to be kept updated. When we have an opening, you can contact us via email or phone.Perth MetroPerth
Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
aged 16-19 years, homeless or at risk of homelessness, willing to engage in education or training, goal setting, independent living skills, must have an income (i.e. Centrelink)
Due to client confidentiality, our service address is not advertised
1800 800 046yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au24 hourshttps://www.mercycare.com.au/youth-family-and-support/accommodation/supported-accommodation-(carlow-house)Yes
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5/12/2020 11:05:21
yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
Coolock UnitsMercyCareFace-to-face contact (on premises), Face-to-face contact (oureach), Limited transport abilityWe currently have openings in this program.Tuart Hill, Joondanna Perth
Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, Case management
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Aged 16 to 25 years, homeless or at risk of homelessness, single parents with 1-2 children, wiling to undertake parenting programs and engage in case management
Due to client confidentiality, our service address is not advertised
1800 800 046yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
dependent on the young person's needs, can be flexible
https://www.mercycare.com.au/youth-family-and-support/accommodation/for-young-mums-(coolock-units)Yes
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4/14/2020 17:27:22
john.thomson@anglicarewa.org.au
Foyer OxfordAnglicare WAService operating as normalAll services running as normalLeederville, accepts referrals nationallyPerthTransitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, Young parents
1. At risk of or experiencing homelessness or disadvantage requiring specialist support 2. 16 to 24 years old (you can apply up until your 25th birthday) 3. If you’re a parent, your child should be under 3 years old. 4. Engaged in Education, Employment or Training, or have a clear plan on how to get there. 5. Receiving an independent income of at least $440 per fortnight (Employment or Centrelink payment) or eligible to receive a Centrelink payment of at least $440 per fortnight(minimum). 6. Earning less than $1900 per fortnight (to qualify for NRAS)
196 Oxford Street, Leederville6240 72001800 185 685hello@foyeroxford.org.au8am-8pmwww.foyeroxford.org.aufacebook.com/foyeroxfordinstagram.com/foyeroxfordYes
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4/15/2020 11:42:23
iain.shields@hyggecommunitylife.org.au
Home Hub - Homes for GoodHome Hub by Hygge Community Life LimitedOperating as normal, Online / phone contact, Centralised website - like a realestate.com for safe and affordable homes for communities across WAWe're providing a covid-19 crisis response to housing and homelessness, that is also sustainable as a long-term project too. We're making better use of 204,195 empty homes in WA, and supporting landlords and community service providers to stimulate their business and provide them with access to safe and affordable homes for their clients to use including young people across WA.

Ideal to provide this response during a COVID-19 crisis, our Homes for Good initiative is hosted on homehub.org.au meaning we're available to provide this service 24/7 for 365 days per year.

We continue to rollout the initiative and we've housed an aboriginal elder in under 1 week of Homes for Good launching. We anticipate huge momentum as a result of imminent PR, marketing and communications campaigns. Therefore, we need more funding to meet our increased resource needs including a scale up of our complimentary and personal matching service.
Western Australia - StatewidePerth, Gascoyne, Goldfields-Esperance, Great Southern, Kimberley, Mid West, Peel, Pilbara, South West, WheatbeltAdvocacy, Crisis accommodation, Disability service, Domestic violence service, Emergency relief, General youth homelessness service, Mental health service, Out of home care provider and/or support service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, Youth justice and/or legal service, Providing access to safe and affordable homes to people with a range of housing and community needs - including those with none, they just need access to a safe and affordable home.
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, All young people in need of a safe and affordable place to call home
None - anyone can submit a home or accommodation, any community service provider can register as a 'landlord for good', and all people can submit their housing need. Home Hub and Homes for Good is inclusive, and wants to connect the 204,195 empty homes in WA with landlords/service providers who are working with people who need access to homes and accommodation
https://www.homehub.org.au/
Online Service - https://www.homehub.org.au/
Online Service - https://www.homehub.org.au/
info@homehub.org.au
Online Service - https://www.homehub.org.au/
https://www.homehub.org.au/
https://www.facebook.com/homehub.org.au/
@hygge_community
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4/20/2020 15:48:36
yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
Homes For Youth MercyCareFace-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contact, Video contactWe are meeting with young people in an outreach setting once per week and having virtual meetings outside of this via phone and/or video during the week.
Currently we are at capacity. Due to the individual needs of each person who comes to our service, we do not operate on a waitlist, however we have a weekly list of our program availabilities. You can contact us to be added to this weekly email list to be kept updated. When we have an opening, you can contact us via email or phone.
Perth MetroPerth
Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
16-30 young people and young families who are homeless or at risk of homeless and engaged in a minimum of 3 days education/training/employment, income, and a focus on health and wellbeing
Due to client confidentiality, our service address is not advertised
1800 800 046yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
dependent on the young person's needs, can be flexible
yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
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4/16/2020 11:04:14
venitah.cooke@sjog.org.au
Horizon House BroomeSt John of God Health Care ServiceFace-to-face contact (on premises)Less start availability, low motivation and no recreational activities for Youths, lack/disengaged support services for higher needs youthsBroome KimberleyAdvocacy, General youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care
16 - 22yrs old Aboriginal males willing to enagage in activity i.e work/study homeless or at risk of homelessness
30 Weld Street Broome WA0409 633 8740447 692 154
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4/16/2020 9:26:28
housing.service@svdpwa.org.au
Housing Plus ProgramVinnies WAReduced hours, This accepting referrals for vacancies , inspections on hold and client contact reduced to emergencies onlyReduced staff hours, New Client contact arrangements to follow social distancing, Intakes still taking place when vacancies arise, Maintenance on hold except for emergencies or compliance related maintenanceGreater Perth and MandurahPerth, PeelTransitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
all rents are capped at a maximum of 30% of assessible income plus Commonwealth Rent Assistance. Prospective Tenants must: • Be homeless or at risk of homelessness • Be in receipt of a regular income • Provide the required bond and 2 weeks rent in advance at move-in or be eligible for a Department of Communities Bond Loan* • Have the capacity to maintain a tenancy independently including payment of bills, daily upkeep of the property and meet tenancy agreement responsibilities • Have an active Outreach Support Worker for the duration of the tenancy • Be willing to commit to planned meetings and engage with the support worker on identified goals including a long-term housing plan
2 Bayley St, WoodbridgeReferrals are accepted from support agencies only at 0466 349 479.housing.service@svdpwa.org.au
8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday
https://www.vinnieswa.org.au/about-vinnies-wa/our-services/housing-service/No
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4/29/2020 8:05:35
melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
Housing Support Worker- Corrective Juvinile
Youth Futures Operating as normalFull service delivery Mt Lawley Perth
General youth homelessness service
Young people in the youth justice systemYoung people on community based orders or leaving Banksia Hill. Mt Lawley 0457 799 722
www.youthfutureswa.com.au
Yes
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4/29/2020 8:07:04
melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
Housing Support Worker- North West Metro
Youth Futures Operating as normalFull service delivery Joondalup Perth
General youth homelessness service
Young people exiting NAHA services
1/70 Davidson Terrace Joondalup
9300 2677 Yes
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4/15/2020 17:31:28
sharong@indigojunction.org.au
Indigo Junction Youth Service, LIFT Program Indigo Junction Face-to-face contact (on premises), Online / phone contactYouth Crisis Accommodation Service is supporting young people accommodated in the service to remain on site and limit community contact in line with social distancing requirements.
Outreach and face to face case management has been impacted and re-directed to phone connections and outreach emergency relief home delivery in line with social distancing requirements.
MIDLANDPerthCrisis accommodation, Emergency relief, General youth homelessness service, Out of home care provider and/or support service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Low threshold Youth Service, Young people leaving care who are at risk of homelessness - referred by CPFS Midland
53 Great Northern Hwy9274 1611youthworker@indigojunction.org.au24 Hours https://indigojunction.org.au/
https://www.facebook.com/IndigoJunctionWA/
Yes
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4/15/2020 10:46:32
louise.mooney@salvationarmy.org.au
Karratha youth Accommodation Service The Salvation ArmyOperating as normal, Reduced hours, Reduced staffing, Face-to-face contact (on premises), Online / phone contact*Our service is still operating 24/7
*We will continue to accept new clients(if we have rooms available and they meet the criteria)
*Only one youth worker will be on shift at a time
* All educational and employment programs our clients attend have been cancelled
*We as a service have introduced new in house living skill programs - such as cooking, art and exercise programs
* We as a service has drawn up an agreement to reside at KYAS during Covid which all clients have agreed to adhere to the new government and federal rules

Millars Well Karratha 6714 WAPilbaraCrisis accommodation, General youth homelessness service
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Must be 15-25 years of age present as being homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
7 Goodwyn close Millars Well Karratha WA 9144 18810488 240 981
louise.mooney@salvationarmy.org.au
24/7Yes
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4/14/2020 19:14:43
michelle.kenny@risenetwork.com.au
Kira HouseRiseOperating as normalEast MetroPerthCrisis accommodation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young women
14-18 year old with or without children experiencing domestic and family violence
East Metro Region (Safe House)0408 89 5613kirahouse@risenetwork.com.au
24 hours a day 7 days a week
risenetwork.com.auhttps://www.facebook.com/risenetworkwa/https://www.instagram.com/risenetworkwa/Yes
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4/28/2020 13:38:01
anna.savill@kwinana.wa.gov.au
Kwinana Youth ServicesCity of Kwinana
Operating as normal, Face-to-face contact (on premises)
Delivery of service has not ceased however predominantly being delivered via phone support and face to face contact on premise for priority clients only. Being an advocacy service, there has been some limitations on being able to access some support services for young people.KwinanaPerth
Advocacy, Emergency relief, General youth homelessness service, Local government service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young women
Aged 12-18
corner Gilmore Avenue and Darius Drive, Kwinana Western Australia 6167
092364570youth@kwinana.wa.gov.au9am to 4pm
https://www.kwinana.wa.gov.au/our-services/youth-services/youth-support
Yes, National Housing and Homelessness Agreement
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4/15/2020 9:39:23
mwilson@parkerville.org.au
Moving Out, Moving OnParkerville Children and Youth Care IncOperating as normal, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactSouth and North East Metropolitan areas of PerthPerthAdvocacy, Education service, General youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodationGeneral service recipients, 15-21 years
15-21 years old who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and/or residing in crisis or short term accomodation services
1 Water Tank Way, Midland9235 70709235 7004momo@parkerville.org.au8.30am - 5pmparkerville.org.auYes
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5/21/2020 15:50:27
Navig8@missionaustralia.com.au
Navig8Mission AustraliaOperating as normal, Online / phone contactFace to face outreach and office appointments have been transitioned to telephone and video conferencing unless critical. All social distancing protocols are being adhered to for critical client outreach visits and office appointments. All services are still being offered including referrals and intake. Normal operating hours still in place.BunburySouth West
Advocacy, General youth homelessness service, Out of home care provider and/or support service
Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care
Prior Out of Home Care experience, Aged 15-25 years
51-55 Forrest Av, Bunbury0427 380 6240477 728 885Navig8@missionaustralia.com.au
8.30am - 4.30pm Monday-Friday
missionaustralia.com.au
Yes
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4/15/2020 14:22:21
sarah.gower@lwb.org.au
Ngatti HouseLife Without Barriers Operating as normalWe have reduced bed capacity to 14 (from 16), we are running alternative programs to allow for social distancing, no overnight stays out of house are permitted at this time, no non essential activity out of house is permitted at this time.Fremantle PerthMental health service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
Young people who have a mental health issue and are homeless
Mental health issue, commitment to a 12 month recovery program, homelessness or at risk of homelessness
Alma St Fremantle 9335 315224 hours lifewithoutbarriers.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/LWBAustralia/
Mental Health Commission
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4/15/2020 11:17:14
TSS@salvationarmy.org.au
Oasis independent living programThe Salvation Armya reduction in face to face support and home visits a reduction in ability to offer in home support - face to face Mirrabooka PerthTransitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
young people age 17 -21administration - Level 3, 333 William street, Northbridge 9328 1600TSS@salvationarmy.org.auMonday to Friday 9 - 5TSA
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4/16/2020 13:04:28jade.gillespie@svdpwa.org.auPassages Youth Engagement Hub - PeelSt Vincent De Paul WAReduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (on premises), Online / phone contactDue to social distancing reduction in number of clients accessing service at any one time MandurahPeelAdvocacy, Emergency relief, Food relief, General youth homelessness service, Referral pathways and access to other specialised services
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, Young people experiencing homelessness
Providing marginalised and at risk young people aged 12-25 with a safe, and positive place to access support services within the Low Threshold and Change service delivery.20 Davey St Mandurah9583 51600466 429 198passages@svdpwa.org.auMon-Thurs 9am-12pm 1pm-4pm Fri 9am-12pmwww.passages.org.auwww.facebook.com/VinniesWAwww.instragram.com/VinniesWAFunded by Vinnies WA, Rotary and other donations
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4/20/2020 10:09:25andrew@picys.org.auPICYS Household NetworkPerth Inner City Youth ServiceOpen for face-to-face contact by appointment; phone contact, PICYS HHN is operating at 150% capacity of its funded service. All properties are full and therefore we are not receiving new client intake at present. All Individualised Support work is being done by telephone, and BaseCamp sessions are suspended until further advice from the National Cabinet.PICYS HHN capacity is full at 150%, there is a proposal to the COVID 19 Task force and State Government Ministers to scale up to 200% capacity.

all Individualised Support work has moved to telephone or by-appointment..
Perth Inner City suburbs and local government areas
Perth
Advocacy, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, Youth justice and/or legal service, PICYS HHN operate transitional supported accommodation with Individualised Support Plans. This is complimented by access to our open drop in sessions called BaseCamp, between 10am-1pm on Mondays , Wednesdays and Fridays
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, 50% LGBTI plus 1 in every 3 Trans and Gender Diverse
16-25 year olds, capacity to cover rental & utilities costs.
22 Blencowe Street West Leederville
9388 27929388 2791info@picys.org.au9-5 Monday to Fridaywww.picys.org.auNANAYes
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4/20/2020 10:22:54andrew@picys.org.auPICYS PILLAR Youth Mental Health servicePerth Inner City Youth Service (PICYS)Online / phone contact, Currently PICYS PILLAR is operating at 133% of funded capacity and is unable to take new intake. PICYS and YouthLink have a proposal lodged with the State Government Ministers and COVID 19 Taskforce to extend the capacity to 270%, a total of 40 young peopleThe Individualised Support catch ups have moved to by-appointment and direct telephone communications until the National Cabinet lift social distancing requirements.
BaseCamp will resume open sessions at this time to.
Perth Inner City Suburbs and local government areas
Perth
Advocacy, Mental health service, Youth drop-in centre, Young people engaged in PICYS PILLAR Individualised Support also have access to BaseCamp open drop in sessions three time a week between 10am and 1pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, PICYS PILLAR accepts all referal and triages the most at risk whom our capacity can support at that time. PICYS over all has an intentional focus to support LGBTI and Trans and Gender Diverse young people, an intentional positive discrimination, 1 in every 2 young people self identify as LGBTI and 1 in every 3 young people engaged self identify as Trans of Gender Diverse (TGD)
`15 - 20 year old young people, willing to have a youth mental health clinician also involved, low threshold no other cirteria
22 Blencowe Street West Leederville
9380 46609388 2791info@picys.org.au9-5 M-FNANAMental Health Commission
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4/15/2020 9:28:30
mwilson@parkerville.org.au
ReconnectParkerville Children and Youth Care IncOperating as normal, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactCity of Swan, City of Belmont, Shire of Kalamunda & Victoria ParkPerthGeneral youth homelessness serviceGeneral service recipients, Aged 12-18 years
Young people aged 12-18 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and their families
1 Water Tank Way, Midland9235 70709235 7004reconnect@parkerville.org.au8.30am till 5pmParkerville.org.auCommonwealth Government
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4/20/2020 11:49:10
reconnectpeel@missionaustralia.com.au
ReconnectMission Australia
Operating as normal, Online / phone contact
We have made the following changes to service delivery which are effective immediately:
• Modifying intake and assessment processes, moving to telephone or skype calls where possible;
• Ceasing face-to-face client appointments in most cases unless considered to be essential to the delivery of the service;
• Replacing face-to-face appointments with digital client contact via phone, skype or other means

Reconnect staff are working from home due to the closure of the local Community Centre where they were based. Both staff have full connectivity to all relevant systems.
Clients are being supported using telephone and other forms of social media. Where absolutely necessary, we will have face to face contact utilising safe practices such as asking screening questions, good hygiene and social distancing.
We continue to accept client referrals through our normal referral processes. Where possible assessments will be done over the telephone.
Mandurah, Pinjarra, Waroona, Dwellingup
Peel
General youth homelessness service
General service recipients
Young people between the ages of 12 - 18 at risk of homelessness
Working remotely at present(08) 9531 94000409 318 005
reconnectpeel@missionaustralia.com.au
Mon to Fri 8.30am - 4.30pm
www.missionaustralia.com.au
Yes
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5/5/2020 13:06:22stay@westnet.com.au
Short Term Accommodation for Youth (STAY)
Short Term Accommodation for Youth
Operating as normalGeraldtonMid West
Advocacy, Crisis accommodation, Food relief, General youth homelessness service
Young people aged 15 to 19
Young people in crisis aged 15 to 25 but 15 to 19 as priority
24 Quarry Street0899215696428215696stay@westnet.com.au24/7Yes
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4/15/2020 10:19:11
esben.kaas@anglicarewa.org.au
Street ConnectAnglicare WAService operating as normalAll services running as normalPerth wider Metropolitan PerthAdvocacy, Food relief, General youth homelessness service, Detached Outreach
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, Street present and homeless young people 15-25
15 to 25 years old wanting support
196 Oxford St, Leederville WA 60070418 942 4751800 185 685
streetconnect@anglicarewa.org.au
9am - 5pmhttps://www.anglicarewa.org.au/get-help/youth-services/street-connect
https://www.facebook.com/johnny.connect.35
n/a Philanthropic self-funded
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4/29/2020 8:01:18
melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
The Nest Youth Futures Operating as normalFull service delivery operational Perth Metro Perth
General youth homelessness service
Young parents late in pregnancy and with newborns.
1/70 Davidson Terrace Joondalup
9300 26778 - 4pm
www.youthfutureswa.com.au
Donations and Fundraising
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4/15/2020 12:19:45
jo-anne.rogers@salvationarmy.org.au
The Salvation Army Youth Services Kalgoorlie-Boulder Youth Crisis AccommodationThe Salvation ArmyOperating as normal, Reduced client intake, Online / phone contactReduced client intake from 12 beds to 6
clients now only able to leave for essential purposes as per government recommendations
extra daily cleaning and sanitising requirements
less staff rostered at one time
clients visitors must remain outside and follow social distancing recommendations
nightly clients exercise program to maintain mental health and wellbeing
extra daily activities/games created for client mental health and wellbeing
outreach clients now contacted via phone only unless in emergency
Friday night outdoor movies
clients to shower when returning to the service
increased hygiene expectations for clients
Extra data logs to be completed
Some Work from home implemented for staff


Kalgoorlie-BoulderGoldfields-EsperanceCrisis accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, 15 - 25 year olds homeless or at risk of homelessness
Homeless or at risk of homelessness 15- 25 year olds
10 Park Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430
9091 1016youth.kbyas@salvationarmy.org.au24 hrs Yes
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4/21/2020 8:26:45
louiseb@youthfutureswa.com.au
TINOCAYouth FuturesOperating as normalNot taking any referrals from other regions. Perth/Peel intake only. JoondalupPerthCrisis accommodationGeneral service recipientsPrivate 089300267724/7Yes
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melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
TINOCAYouth Futures Operating as normal, Face-to-face contact (on premises), young people are self isolating within the service and are only able to leave the premisis for essential activites only.Significant increase in cleaning practices around the clock, young people to remain within the service unless given permission to leave for essential activies and brief periods to exercise. Northern SuburbsPerthCrisis accommodation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, young people experiencing homelessness
15 - 19 years, experiencing homelessness.
Not to be disclosed 9307 452024/7 www.youthfutureswa.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/Youthfutureswa/?ref=br_rs
@youthfutureswaYes, State and Federal Government.
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melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
Tinoca Youth Futures Operating as normalService fully operational. Northern Suburbs PerthCrisis accommodation
LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, Young people experiencing homelessness.
1/70 Davidson Terrace Joondalup
9307 4520
www.youthfutureswa.com.au
Yes
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4/20/2020 19:07:19
yeshousingduty@aglicarewa.org.au
YES! Housing AnglicareWAService operating as normalAll services running as normalPerth Metro Perth
Advocacy, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, young parents and young couples
Young people aged 15 to 25 years who are homeless or at sick of homelessness
196 Oxford St Leederville WA9263 2009
yeshousingduty@anglicarewa.org.au
8.30 - 4.30
www.anglicarewa.org.au
Yes
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4/15/2020 15:01:27
resi.manager@aysa.org.au
Young HouseAlbany Youth Support AssociationFace-to-face contact (on premises), Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contact, 4 bed capacityWe have reduced the bed capacity from 8 to 4. This ensures all residents have their own bathrooms to reduce the risk of cross contamination. We have changed our staff roster by splitting our team into 3 groups, group 1 are those unable to work on site for varied reasons, they have been assigned various work from home admin roles depending on capacity. The other 2 groups work on a rotating 14-day roster. This ensures we have back up staff if the site becomes isolated for COVID-19 reasons and ensures we are able to continue to function after any cases are identified in house. Any residents identified/suspected of COVID-19 will be moved to the hospital or quarantined in a hotel room depending on their condition. The house will be deep cleaned and consideration given to time lapse between next round of residents and staff to ensure virus is not active in house. We are constantly reinforcing COVID-19 restrictions set by the Federal and State government and put in place required physical distancing and sanitation procedures. At each shift change staff are required to complete routine disinfecting of anything touched including floors. All residents who leave for essential services are required on return to immediately shower to wash their body, their hair and then they must place their cloths directly in the washing machine on hot wash. Transportation of clients is only in extraordinary circumstances and the client must sit in the furthest seat from the driver and follow physical distancing and sanitary precautions. Anything that enters or exits the house is sanitized. The residential manager and case coordinator participate in online group handover each day to ensure everyone is supported and up to date with what is happening. In house Life Skills programs are still running. Most doctors appointments are done online. Part time and casual staff have been assured the 14-day rotation they are not actively working, they will be paid an average of their normal hours. During the 14-day rotation they are active they are paid the hours worked which is above everyone's normal hours. We have guaranteed this for 3 months and will review again then. Centennial ParkGreat SouthernCrisis accommodation
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, homeless youth
Homeless youth aged 15 to 25 years. Tariff $15 night for 15-21 yr old and $19 night for 22-25 yrs old
12 Young Street, Albany WA 6330
08 9842 20820408 009 205resi.manager@aysa.org.au24/7www.aysa.org.auhttps://www.facebook.com/albanyyouthsupportassociation/@aysawaYes
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4/16/2020 14:10:30MilevskiJ@missionaustralia.com.auYouth Accommodation and Support ServiceMission AustraliaOperating as normal, Following home isolation guidelines in the service


YASS provides safe and secure crisis accommodation to young people aged 15 to 18 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness for up to 12 weeks.
Victoria ParkPerthCrisis accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
91 Berwick Street9329 44800475 972 040yasswa@missionaustralia.com.au9:00AM -9:00PMhttps://www.missionaustralia.com.au/NANAYes
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4/14/2020 17:07:17ceo@yic.com.auYouth Involvement Council (YIC)Youth Involvement CouncilReduced hours, Reduced staffing, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactOur Youth Accommodation Program (YAP) and Fresh Start Cafe & Catering are operating as normal. All our Youth Services programs have transitioned to operating fully on an outreach basis.South HedlandPilbaraAdvocacy, Crisis accommodation, Drug and alcohol service, Emergency relief, Food relief, Youth drop-in centre
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in the youth justice system
Free for all youth aged 5-2534 Lawson Street0418 952 5359140 1272ceo@yic.com.auMon-Fri 8am-5pmwww.yic.com.au
https://www.facebook.com/YouthInvolvementCouncil/
@youth_involvement_councilYes
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4/15/2020 11:52:02
youthplace@stpats.com.au
Youth PlaceSt Patrick's Community Support Centre/ Youth Futures WAReduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contact, Possibility to conduct phone assessment (if capacity)Youth Place do not have any vacancies at the moment. We still offer (by appointments) emergency relief, advocacy, limited outreach and face-to-face contact and possible phone assessment. FremantleSouth WestAdvocacy, Emergency relief, General youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, case management support, outreach support
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women, young families
Young people aged 15-25 (single, couple or families), homeless or at risk of homelessness
12 Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle
9430 4159youthplace@stpats.com.au8 am to 4 pm https://stpats.com.au/services/youth-place/
https://www.facebook.com/stpatrickscommunitysupportcentre/
@stpatsfreoYes
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4/29/2020 8:16:02
melissa@youthfutureswa.com.au
Youth Place Youth Futures Operating as normalFull service delivery Fremantle Perth
General youth homelessness service
Young people experiencing homelessness Queen Street Fremantle
www.youthfutureswa.com.au
Yes
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4/15/2020 8:22:16
vcrevatin@stpats.com.au
Youth Place St Patricks Community Support Centre Reduced staffing, Reduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactStaff are working on an alternating working from home / working from office rotation with limited client contact FremantlePerthAdvocacy, Education service, Emergency relief, Food relief, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young women, young people estranged from significant other / family, young males
Age range: 15 - 25, Male & Female, singles / single parents / couples, must engage in case management, must be able to pay rent and utilities, capacity to live independently
12 Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle, W.A. 61609430 41590417 184 818vcrevatin@stpats.com.au
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
www.stpats.com.au https://www.facebook.com/stpatrickscommunitysupportcentre/Yes
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5/12/2020 11:02:50
yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
Youth Support Service MercyCareFace-to-face contact (on premises), Face-to-face contact (oureach), Limited transport abilityWe currently have openings in this program.Perth MetroPerth
General youth homelessness service
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Aged 16 to 25 years, homeless or at risk of homelessness, must have an income (i.e. Centrelink)
This is an outreach service1800 800 046yhreferrals@mercycare.com.au
Dependent on the young person's needs, can be flexible. Usually operate 9am-5pm and can work up until 7pm.
https://www.mercycare.com.au/youth-family-and-support/accommodation/youth-support-serviceYes
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4/15/2020 9:48:15
rieki.rolle@anglicarewa.org.au
yshac Rockingham and Yshac SpearwoodAnglicare WAService operating as normalAll services running as normalRockingham PerthCrisis accommodation, General youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
24/7 Crisis accomm. Cost 210. per fortnight. if no income can still be accommodated and assisted to access Centrelink no couples accommodated wanting to build skills 4 life, contributing to the general maintaing of the shared accomm ( cooking/ cleaning/ own washing, willing to engage in case management which includes but not limited to: accessing external supports if required eg mental health/ AOD/ Education/employment or training/ advocacy/ meeting juvenile justice requirements/ ad hoc informal counselling. TRANSITIONAL accomm which is a supported accommodation program: must engage in case managemnt , be engaged in education employment or training, be aware of issues that may impact on maintaining transitional accommodation such as but not limited to:must have an income to support self in transitional accomm. diagnosed/non diagnosed mental health, Juvenile Justice commitments, AOD use/misuse/ rental payments $230 per fortnight and utilities $40. per fortnight, supply own food and cleaning products, have capacity to purchase necessary items such as linen etc./
Addresses are not disclosed until young person accepted to service. This is for safety reasons.
0411 704 959 (Rockigham)
9523 3400 (Rockingham)
yshac.rockingham@anglicarewa.org.au
24/7 for 24/7 crisis accomm and 0830 to 1630 for Transitional unless an emergency then contact house where case manager is located. Yes
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4/15/2020 10:16:52
rieki.rolle@anglicarewa.org.au
Yshac SpearwoodAnglicare WaOperating as normal, Reduced client intake, Face-to-face contact (on premises), Face-to-face contact (oureach), Online / phone contactYshac have closed across two site a total of three beds in order to be able to proved a place of self isolation or quarantine should it be required and to ensure staff coverage should a team be required to quarantine due to one team member being diagnosed with COVID-19. Casual pool has been designated site specific locations which has impacted on capacity to cover shifts if the pool for one site is not able to cover a shift due to illness, all leave which had been logged by team members to go overseas/interstate had been cancelled, staff are not taking leave in-case they may need it due to illness, SpearwoodPerthAdvocacy, Crisis accommodation, General youth homelessness service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation
General service recipients, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Culturally and linguistically diverse young people, LGBTQIA+ young people, Young people experiencing family and domestic violence, Young people in out of home care, Young people in the youth justice system, Young people living with a disability, Young people in Out of Home Care or leaving care, Young women
Board $210 per fortnight for 24/7 accomm and 230 per fortnight for rent and 40 for utilities for transitional accomm. CRISIS engage in case mangement which includes but not limited to: referrals to external services if required, budgeting, skills 4 life, assistance to reengage in education, employment or training, ad-hoc informal counselling for AOD concerns, contributing to cleaning and cooking skills with the shared house, DESS engagement,
Non disclosed address until young person accepted into service0422 456 301 9412 0671
yshac.spearwood@anglicarewa.org.au
24/7 crisis accomm and 0830 to 1630 for transtional residents unless emergency then contact site case manager is located at Yes
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4/16/2020 15:28:32kirsty.gibb@hopecs.org.auYTAP (Youth Transitional Accommodation Service)Hope Community ServicesOperating as normal, Face-to-face contact (on premises)No change to service delivery, operating 24/7. Young people accepted from all over WA. Referrals from YJS only.ArmadalePerthDrug and alcohol service, Transitional and/or other supported accommodation, Youth justice and/or legal service
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, Young people in the youth justice system
Need to be on an SRO/CBO, referrals from YJS only56 Fourth Road, Armadale, 61129497 9498kirsty.gibb@hopecs.org.auMonday - Friday 08.30am-4.30pmwww.hopecommunityservices.org.auhttps://www.facebook.com/HopeCommunityServicesWa/Department of Justice
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