JOB ALERT: Hope Street in Melton Case Manager

We are currently seeking a Case Manager for our Hope Street in Melton program who will deliver services as a part of an integrated and intensive response to supporting young people.

The program’s target group is young people with connections to the local government area of Melton who are either currently engaged or ready to engage in employment, education and training and the activities of the program. The program aims to proactively assist young people to develop their skills and abilities to live interdependently in their local community including enjoying meaningful and sustainable relationships.


Giving voice to young people

On 07 April 2017, the Council to Homeless Persons launched its "Giving Voice: Young People Experiencing and Responding to Homelessness" edition of their national publication, Parity.  This issue features young people speaking for themselves and giving voice to their story of how they became homeless in the first place and what happened to them next.

Speakers at the launch included:

  • Guy Johnson, Associate Professor of Urban Housing and Homelessness, RMIT, will launch the edition
  • Sherri Bruinhout, General Manager, Homelessness and Justice
  • Jenny Smith, CEO Council to Homeless Persons
  • Vicki Sutton, CEO Melbourne City Mission
  • Bruce Tucker, Interim Operations Manager, Hope Street Youth and Family Services
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FEATURED PROJECT: Hope to Home in Whittlesea

Many young people face obstacles when trying to secure stable accommodation due to no rental history, lack of affordable housing, and no employment to sustain rental leases.  The Hope to Home in Whittlesea pilot project will address these issues by:

  • Facilitating the transition of up to 30 young people (and their children) from the Hope Street in Whittlesea program or Whittlesea Housing into 1 and 2 bedroom units
  • Providing case management once they secure private rental of these units
  • Helping these young people maintain their tenancy, employment, education and training, and community connections
  • Engaging the support of community stakeholders including local businesses to address barriers contributing to youth homelessness

Please contact us if you would like to become a project partner and support at risk young people and young families.

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