Safe and Connected Youth Program (SCYP) provides support for children and young people under the age of 16 and their parents/carers and family, who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

SCYP emphasises restoration, reunification and reconciliation between young people under the age of 16 and their families. The Program works to support young people and families to provide a positive and nurturing environment. We work to improve parent-child relationships to reduce the risk of homelessness and empower young people to develop their full potential as individuals, as well as contributing to our community.

WCS is one of the providers in this integrated service model, along with Conflict Resolution Service, Northside Community Service and Marymead.

Want to know more?

Find out more at the Conflict Resolution Service website.

SCYP referral form

WCS Service Commitments

Our approach to service delivery

WCS’s purpose is to build connected communities and enrich people’s lives. We are guided by our values of inclusion, compassion, hope, social justice, integrity and responsiveness. For more information about our approach to service delivery, see Our Commitment to Service.  

We are committed to the safety, care and wellbeing of all those who access our services. We will respond immediately when any issues arise and meet all reporting requirements.

Your feedback is important to us
We welcome any feedback and complaints you have, to help us improve our services. For more information, see Providing Feedback and Making Complaints.

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