Do you know a young person aged 10 -18 years who could use some extra support or someone to talk with? Find out what the City has to offer.
Youth Outreach Workers
The Cockburn Youth Services receives funding from the Department of Communities Child Protection and Family Support
to fund two fulltime Outreach Worker to support young people in Cockburn who need that extra hand and provide a case management role. Case management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual and family needs.
From there the support worker encourages the young person to talk about issues they are facing including:
- Family conflict
- Difficulties at school
- Drugs and alcohol
- Sexual health
- Other related issues.
How do I access an Outreach Worker?
If you have a young person who could benefit from the support of one of our Outreach Workers, you can refer them to our service either by speaking to a Cockburn Youth Services staff member or by completing a referral form. You can find the referral form below.
This service is free
to access and offered to
all young people who:
- Live, study or work in the City of Cockburn / Fremantle area, and
- Aged 10 to 18 years.