Brimbank Youth Services stays involved in Disability Networks that exist within Brimbank. These networks include community members, service providers, Brimbank Council staff and local schools.
This committee is made up of six Local government representatives and two Local Learning & Employment Networks from across the West of Melbourne.
The Q-West Working Group is a group of youth, health, human services and education providers working in the Western Metropolitan region with young people aged 12 – 25 years old.
The Youthlinks Network brings together professional who work with young people in the Brimbank area to share information, opportunities and ideas.
The Brimbank Pasifika Network brings together practitioners, professionals, community leaders, members and groups within Brimbank who work closely with the Pasifika community.
The Youth Outreach Network is a group of workers in the youth sector who run outreach programs in Brimbank.
BLF provides new and creative learning spaces and develops partnerships and programs to support young people and others in the Brimbank community to access further education and training.
Brimbank’s Engage program is delivered in partnership with two youth led organisations: Community Health Advancement and Student Engagement (CHASE) and Afro-Australian Student Organisation (AASO).
The Network is hosted by Brimbank City Council brings together workers from Brimbank schools and the community sector to explore member-identified topics.
Click here to use our youth-specific online guide to helpful services in Brimbank and neighbouring areas.
Feel free to get in touch with us regarding our Programs, Services or any questions you might have. We'll get back to you as soon as we can.
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