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.
The team were thrilled to celebrate the tenth birthday of Wodonga TAC L2P at Junction Support Services in May. The TAC L2P Program assists learners between 16 and 21 years
All of us at Junction Support Services are proud to launch our new strategic plan, which will drive our work from 2020 to 2023. The Strategic Plan defines our
Junction Support Services is proud to support Homelessness Week, 3-10 August) 2020, and urge the community to support the Everybody’s Home national campaign. It’ll take a couple of minutes
We’re proud to have recently appointed our first Diversity and Inclusion Officer. The new role aims to support our organisation and to be more inclusive of and culturally safe for
Deep Dive, a newspaper by young people for young people about mental health, has hit the streets in Wodonga. About 25 local young people contributed to the
Thank you to the generous staff and families at Yarrunga Early Learning Centre in Albury for your donations to Junction Support Services. As part of a project about sustainability and
Homelessness doesn’t just happen between 9am and 5pm. To support people experiencing homelessness after dark when our office is closed, we’ve installed an intercom at the front door of our