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Finding Solutions

Finding Solutions is a youth focused program that provides mediation and support to young people and their families who are experiencing  conflict, where there is risk of family breakdown. Finding Solutions is a 12 week case management program that provides individualised support to young people, with the aim of preventing them from becoming homeless or disconnected from their family. The program also  aims to keep young people engaged in education or employment, linked in with services such as mental health or counselling, groups and community activities.

 

Who can access Finding Solutions?

Young people and their families who are referred to the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing – Child Protection service, and who live in the municipalities of Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston, Port Phillip, Stonnington, Greater Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia.

How it works

Finding Solutions case workers support the young person to identify specific goals they would like to focus on. An action plan is developed  together which sets out what each person agrees to do to improve the current situation. Finding Solutions provide a range of supports  including individual support and advocacy, life skills development, linking young people to education, community, group work and support groups.

Mediation

Finding Solutions case workers liaise with and provide support to parents, and can facilitate family mediation between parents and young  people when both parties consent to engaging in this process. Family mediation provides families with a platform to voice their concerns and negotiate agreements to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone in the home.

 

Uniting Referral Form

 

Get in touch

Phone: 9704 8377

Address: 55 Webb Street, Narre Warren

Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Learn more: unitingvictas.org.au

StrEAT Virtual Job Club

Job Club is a program that StrEAT is running every week for young people aged 16-24 who would like assistance with looking for work.  You don’t need to be engaged with StrEAT to attend this program.

We will be offering Job Club online – links will be sent prior to each session to all young people who have registered.  You may even get to say hello to Magic, our friendly therapy dog!

To register: click here
When:  Every Friday 1pm to 3pm from 14 January 2022
Details:  Job Club is conducted virtually via Zoom (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86087126673) or (Meeting ID: 860 8712 6673), and functions as a space where young people aged 16-24 can log on and ask questions/advice on anything employment related and receive help and guidance from qualified youth workers from STREAT’s Transitions Team.
Cost:  It is free of charge and requires no ongoing commitment from the young people.
Contact:  If you know of any young people who this would be perfect for and would be interested, please email [email protected] or call Rahul on 0491 059 579.  Alternately contact any of the Transitions Team on 9629 4222, [email protected] or have a young person register for Job Club via our website.