Youth Services

Youth Services

IMVC provides a diverse suite of youth support services that includes outreach, tailored case management services and re-engagement programs to support the transition of young people into further education, training or employment.

Programs include:

Momentum Youth Services (MYS)

Momentum Youth Services is an integrated case management, outreach and re-engagement support service that targets at risk or disengaged young people aged 15 – 25 who live, work, study or visit City of Port Phillip. Participants in the program will address their barriers with support to connect with relevant services.

Springboard

Springboard is a flexible, outreach and case work approach that assists young people aged between 15 and 21 who are, or have been in residential/lead tenant care or post care, to successfully engage, or re-engage, in education, training and /or employment so as to prepare them for long-term sustainable employment. IMVC delivers Springboard across Western Melbourne.

Re-engagement Programs

The IMVC’s re-engagement activities are delivered to increase the engagement and social inclusion of young people.

Making Alternatives Possible (MAP) Program

Delivered by IMVC, the MAP Program is designed for young adults who are seeking an alternative learning environment to mainstream schooling.

 

IMVC develops and delivers youth programs in line with the YACVic Code of Ethical Practice for the Victorian Youth Sector.

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