TaskForce youth services
TaskForce helps young people throughout Melbourne get support for drug and alcohol problems, reconnect to education and training, and find employment. Find out more about our youth services, chat with us here or come see us at the TaskForce Youth Hub in Moorabbin.
Welcome to the TaskForce Youth Hub
The TaskForce Youth Hub is a purpose-designed space where young people can hang out, create art, make some food, study, and access any support they need. We work with a bunch of organisations at the Hub, including Thorne Harbour Health, Launch Housing and APM, so if you need help, you can get it at the TaskForce Youth Hub.
At the Hub we welcome people from all genders, religions and cultural backgrounds. All services are free.
What activities are available?
Our Hub offers a friendly meeting place where young people will have access
to the support and services they need to get their lives back on track. This
• Free and confidential alcohol and drug counselling
• Assistance and advice on finding appropriate pathways to education and employment
• Outreach services, bringing the support young people need to a space
where they feel comfortable
• Education programs including work readiness and barista courses.
The Hub is open from 9 am – 5 pm weekdays for appointments and drop-ins.
The TaskForce Youth Hub is located at Shop 1, 4-6 Station Street, Moorabbin, opposite Moorabbin train station and accessible by several bus lines.
To find out more about our Hub, or to see if it can help you, contact us on 9532 0811 or at email@example.com
Individual Support | Youth programs | Drop In Mon-Fri 9-5 🏀 Ages 12-25
👉🏽4-6 Station Street, Moorabbin 3189
Alcohol and other drug programs
Are you struggling with your alcohol or drug use? We can give you the support you need to cut down, and address any other problems you might be facing. We deliver outreach services across the cities of Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston, Port Phillip and Stonnington, meeting you where you’re most comfortable.
We also deliver the intensive ResetLife program at the TaskForce Youth Hub. Find out more below.
To learn more about our youth outreach program, or to refer yourself or a client, fill out the form below and we’ll get in touch with you. Otherwise, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or email email@example.com to find out more about ResetLife.
If you’re young and unemployed, we have a range of programs that can give you the skills and connections you need to find and keep the jobs you want.
A Transition to Work initative, Youth Start delivers intensive support to help people aged 15-24 to find employment. You’ll have one-on-one sessions to work out your skills and interests, you’ll complete work readiness training to help you put together resumes and ace job interviews, and you’ll be directly connected with employers. Transition to Work is open to people who haven’t completed Year 12 or don’t have a Certificate III qualification, and who aren’t currently on Youth Allowance. All young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible, whether or not you have completed Year 12 or have a Certificate III qualification. The program can work with you for 18 months, as well as up to six months post-placement support.
Contact Mary on 0434 055 400 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Community Traineeships Pilot Program
Helping young people living in the city of Greater Dandenong complete accredited training and find work in the community sector. If you’re under 25 and unemployed, this program will place you with a community organisation in a paid, full-time traineeship, and support you to complete a Certificate IV in Community Services. You’ll have one-on-one support from a youth worker to help you address any barriers you face and support you to succeed. Click here for more info
We can help you reconnect to education as a student, trainee or apprentice, and deliver courses to give you skills for future employment.
We work with young people aged 12-17 to help them break down barriers and reconnect and reengage with education. If you live or are enrolled in a school in Casey, Cardinia or Greater Dandenong, and if you’ve attended school less than 30% of a previous term or have been severely disengaged from school for at least one or more terms, we can help you out.
Your Navigator worker will provide intensive outreach support, help you set goals and work out a re-engagement plan, work through issues with your family, school and support networks, support access to any other services or educational pathways that you need, and help you with Centrelink and income support.
To find out more, contact Rosslyn on 0451 189 940 or email@example.com
Every term we have a range of short courses available for young people, including work readiness, hospitality and art programs. Check our education page to find out more.
Are you aged 11-25, and struggling with alcohol or drugs?
ResetLife is a free, intensive, structured outpatient program for young people in south eastern Melbourne, based at the TaskForce Youth Hub. Participants attend three days of group treatment for sixteen weeks, including early recovery skills, relapse prevention, and social support groups, plus family education and individual sessions.
After the sixteen week intensive period, 36 weeks of continuing care will support you to live free of drug and alcohol harms.
Clients can self-refer, or referrals can be made by anyone including GPs, other health professionals and family members, with client consent.
Call 9532 0811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to refer or for more information, or just fill out the form below.
ResetLife is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the South Eastern Melbourne PHN.
Community Traineeships Pilot Program
Referrals for this program are currently closed.
TaskForce is connecting young people living in Greater Dandenong with traineeships in the community sector.
If you’re under 25, living in the City of Greater Dandenong and are not currently in education or employment, you’re eligible to take part in the program. You’ll be placed with a community organisation that you like the sound of and complete a paid, full-time traineeship, getting real job experience while earning an accredited Certificate IV in Community Services.
Host organisations might include youth services, homelessness services, agencies supporting people from specific cultural backgrounds or mental health services.
We’ll work with you to access any services you need, and overcome any barriers that might keep you from completing the program.
By the end of your traineeship you will have had 12 months full time experience, a Certificate IV in Community Services, and pathways to ongoing employment in the community sector.