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Baby Steps | Young Parents

An opportunity for new young parents (up to 25 years), to make friends and have your baby questions answered by a Maternal Child Health Nurse.

L2P Learner Driving Program

L2P is an exciting new program for both young people aged 16 – 20 years of age and community volunteers who live, work or study in Brimbank.

B-Heard Youth Support Program

Due to the recent outbreak of coronavirus, face-to-face counselling and support services have been suspended. We are still taking referral’s for phone/video sessions only until further notice.

School Holiday Showbags

Brimbank Youth Services are offering Show Bags during school holiday periods for young people aged 12 to 17 years who live, work or study in Brimbank.

Crystal Queer

Crystal Queer is a fun and informative social support group for LGBTIQA+ young people who live, work or study in Brimbank.

Youth Insearch

Due to the impact of COVID-19, BYS in partnership with Youth Insearch are running ongoing weekly youth led peer support virtual group sessions. New participants welcome 🙂

Latest News

Victorian Government: YOUTH CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) CONTENT FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Create art or content that encourages COVIDSafe behaviour and get funded between $2,000 – $20,000 for your project

Applications now open for Brimbank Youth Council 2021!

APPLICATIONS FOR BRIMBANK YOUTH COUNCIL 2021 ARE NOW OPEN! As a Brimbank Youth Council member, you will have the opportunity to grow your skills, network and build meaningful connections within your community!

Sexual Health Summer Webinar

This January, join Brimbank Youth Services and Women’s Health West to learn, investigate and ask questions during our Sexual Health Summer.

Connecting With Others

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions we have really heard about the importance of staying connected with others- family members, friends, colleagues or peers. Read more to find out why keeping connected is always so important and how you can do that without meeting face to face.

School Holiday Mental Health And Wellbeing Support

After a year including bushfires and the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, students may need more mental health support than usual over the school holidays.

What’s On At Home? December 2020 Edition

To follow government instructions to stay at home and self-isolate, we have created a newsletter containing information about a range of free and low-cost activities and resources that young people and their families can access from home.

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