Reconnect
Overview:

Reconnect helps young people between the ages of 12 and 18 (or 12 and 21 for newly arrived young people) who are at risk of becoming homeless. Our goal is to give young people the tools to settle their living arrangements, stay connected and build supportive relationships.

What is this program?

Reconnect helps young people who are homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless to stabilise their living situation, develop more positive relationships with their family and support connections with education, work, training and the community.

Reconnect is a free and completely confidential service.

Reconnect works closely with other local services in a way that is sensitive to the needs of young people, their families and the community.

How can Reconnect help me?

Reconnect can provide a range of support and services that can help young people to:

  • Work out stable living arrangements
  • Work things out with their family
  • Address any other relationship concerns
  • Stay in school even when it gets tough
  • Link into training options
  • Link into appropriate services, such as programs that help to find employment
  • Gain income support (if eligible)
Reconnect can help Parents, Guardians and Families to:
  • Find out the best way to talk things through
  • Work things out with the young person
  • Learn to live together when things are hard
  • Learn to live apart, but stay connected
Related Programs
Adolescents Building Connections (ABC)
Adolescent Support Program (ASP)
Finding Solutions (FS)
Adolescent Parent Support (APS)
Adolescents Building Connections (ABC)
Adolescent Support Program (ASP)
Finding Solutions (FS)
Adolescent Parent Support (APS)