General Youth Services
Who are we?
Picabeen is a multi-service hub that not only provides targeted support services to address the needs of vulnerable people but is also able to accommodate other community members with the provision of universal community services. Youth workers provide a range of support options for young people at risk of disengaging from family, education and community. Support options include case management (individual support and advocacy) and a range of prevention and early intervention activities.
What can we provide?
Anger Management Program (RAGE)
RAGE (Renegotiating Angry and Guilty Emotions) is a six week anger management course for young people aged 11-17 years.
Anxiety Support Program (Beyond Blue ‘SenseAbility’)
A secondary school program for ages 13-15 aims to equip students with the ability to deal with adverse events through the teaching of ‘life skills’ within a supportive and safe school environment.
Future Parenting Program/Basic Babysitting (Save the Children)
An eight week early intervention program aimed at preventing family violence and improve the skills of young people who currently look after children or would like to in the future. For young people aged 13-18 years.
School Based Peer Mentor Program (Peer Skills)
This two day program assists young people to develop skills, knowledge and strategies to help themselves and support peers, friends and family members. Peer Skills also assists young people to connect with adults in supportive roles within their communities. For young people aged 11-18 years.
Young Women’s Groups (Picabeen)
An eight week supportive early intervention and prevention program for young women aged 13-17 years.
How to refer?
If you are interested in Picabeen Youth Support group work programs or making a referral for case management support, please contact the Youth Team Leader on 07 3354 2555 and can further explain the process. We also provide tailored group workshops. Group work programs are a free service funded by St George Foundation but only for a limited time. Case management support is funded by the Queensland Government and is a free service for young people aged 12-17 years.
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Accessible By Anyone
Access Fee No fee
Age Ranges All ages