Last year, Junction’s Annual Christmas Drive helped more than 180 families and 330 children and young people on the Border experience the joy of Christmas.
Wodonga’s new and only Youth Space is open. Windbreak 3690 is a space the youth of Wodonga can call their own.
A generous grant propels The Wodonga Project from concept to delivery.
Thanks WIN News, for thinking outside the box to find ways to help ease the strain of the housing crisis.
Junction is excited to extend our dedication and passion to help Gippsland youth
Junction supports the Yfoundations campaign for a National Strategy to end child and youth homelessness.
Thanks to the Border Mail for shining a light on regional cost of living concerns.
Thank you to the Border Mail for covering this event, and thanks Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare for visiting Albury and the Border.
Junction Support Services are proud to be able to offer the Learner Driver Program to the young people of Albury. What a fantastic investment in regional young people to gain independence and connection within the community.
A Wodonga schools and services-led partnership is calling on the Victoria government to urgently invest $800,000 a year to stem the escalating youth homelessness and mental health crisis.