- Workforce Development Centre
- Settlement Grants Program
- Rental Ready
- Community Support Program
- MercyCare Lending Service
- Child and Parent Centre (CPC)
- On The BEEaT (The Bridge to Education, Employment and Training)
- Geared Up To Go
- Family Support Network (FSN) Community Care and Support Services (CCSS) consists of two programs – Community Detention for Unaccompanied Minors (UAM) and Community Detention for Adults (Vulnerable Adult Males and Family Groups). Both services provide arrangements that support a person’s detention placement in the community, whilst the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) resolves their immigration outcome.
MercyCare Reconnect works with young people aged between 12 – 18 years old, who are experiencing conflict with family or who have recently left home due to family issues. Reconnect can work with the young person and family or just the young person or family member.
MercyCare Reconnect provides support to young people and their families through individual and/or family counseling, mediation, information, education, advocacy and referral.
Stepping Stones is a free & confidential service. It offers out of hours appointments (until 8pm) and can provide a mobile outreach service. The program offers short and long term support with day to day living; developing children and young people's social skills, confidence and social groups; advocating; providing children, young people and their families with information that will help them develop skills and strengths on their journey to health and wellbeing. This service helps young people 18 to 25 years old in securing their own private rental housing and maintaining an independent lifestyle. A support worker assists the young person through the whole process of finding and moving into private rental housing and then visits regularly to offer support. Some other areas of support are cost cutting ideas, parenting ideas and difficulties, counselling, cooking, budgeting etc.
12 – 18 years and family of the young person 18-25 Asylum seekers Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) clients young people aged 0 – 18, families and care givers of young person aged 0-18