This project supports young people to tell their positive stories of change and how they turned their lives around following involvement with the criminal justice system.
The Government confirmed that it will contribute $13.6 million in the Victorian Budget 2023/24 towards the Youth Crime Prevention Program to continue delivering services that address the causes of youth offending.
Empowering Communities Brimbank announces funded projects
The Youth Client Voice Project is an initiative funded as part of Barwon Child, Youth and Family’s Reignite Geelong Program.
A new qualification to upskill communities in key crime prevention practice and knowledge.
Children, young people and families will have access to vital early intervention supports under a suite of new multicultural and youth-focused projects.
Further funding announced for Victoria's youth.
A new Graduate Certificate in Crime Prevention will be one of the first qualifications of its kind to be offered in Australia.
Vital crime prevention funding announced in Melbourne's west.
Mildura program HomeBase receives funding boost through the Youth Crime Prevention Grant Program.