The staff at Boroondara Youth are still available to young people, during what is a challenging time for many. Stay connected and supported through our new-look services, programs and activities.
Services open at Boroondara Youth
One-on-one support with a youth worker
Need someone to talk to? Free one-on-one support for young people, parents and carers is still available. You can organise a time to talk with our youth workers by video chat, a phone call or Facebook messenger/text message. Simply contact us on 9278 4608 or [email protected] or fill out our online form.
Boroondara Youth House − join our video chat!
Missing your friends and your regular activities? If so, why not join an online social group for young people aged 10 to 25? Each week, get involved in fun things in a safe space. Feel free to suggest your own ideas − it might be games, discussions or something completely left of field. You can choose to video chat or phone chat − it’s up to you.
When: 3pm to 5pm, Thursdays
How: a link is posted on our Facebook page @boroondarayouthservices every Thursday at 2.55pm. Check out our Facebook for instructions on how to access the video chat.
Having problems connecting? Facebook us a message @boroondarayouthservices.
Bored at home? No need to be bored anymore. Between 3pm to 4pm every Friday, Boroondara Youth will be interacting with young people through online games. Games will rotate between Draw Something (Classic), Words with Friends (Classic) and Chess. Anyone who is interested can jump on Boroondara Youth’s Facebook page for details at 12 noon each week.
The Social Imagination project
Interested in the creative arts? Then why not get your creative juices flowing and get involved in the Social Imagination project hosted in partnership with the Gallery of Young Art (GoYA)?
Through Facebook, the project aims to bring together young artistic people (aged 16 to 25) from a diverse range of creative practices to be the inventive hearts and minds behind the next GoYA exhibition.
The exhibition will take a multidisciplinary approach, showcasing visual art, music, dance, creative writing and performance, which has been created by project members in isolation.
To find out more information contact Wendy at [email protected].
There are also weekly reviews from our friends at Boroondara Youth on Arts, Culture and Entertainment at 12noon, Wednesdays. Head to our Facebook page to find out more.
Get regular updates on activities
To see our youth workers doing fun and fascinating videos and posts, check out our Facebook page.
- Learn how to make things at home and learn new skills to share with friends
- Find out about fun ways to get involved and boredom busters for lock down
- Be part of some fun competitions
- Gain some really great self-care tips
- Get creative with writing
You can also visit Young People for more information.