Youth Outreach Programs
Inspire a wrap around program that works in collaboration with the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability and community partners to provide therapeutic support to children and young people.
The Inspire program offers a range of services including:
- Outreach to individuals and families
- REMAP (Reputational Enhancement Model Activities Program)
- School holiday programs and camps
- Life skill programs
- Music programs
What can the Outreach program assist with?
We work within a Therapeutic Outreach model that aims to support young people (0-17 years of age) and their families. This is achieved through therapeutic conversations around maintaining placements, transitioning from care, increasing community connections and developing emotional and social skills. The delivery of the service is flexible, and works in collaboration with key stakeholders, to ensure we meet each individual’s needs. We offer a school holiday program based upon fun filled, therapeutically orientated activities.
What Activities can Outreach Provide?
- Transition from care support
- Education support
- Emotional support
- Life skill development
- Building healthy relationships
- Attending appointments
- Facilitating family contact
- Working with families
- Day respite
- Cultural Support
- Building community connections
- Self awareness
The REMAP program
REMAP is an experiential learning based program embedded within Inspire. It seeks to create opportunities for young people to develop long term pro-social recreational pursuits through participation in structured group activities.
REMAP is specifically designed to meet the emotional needs of young people by creating unique positive experiences, building on the young person’s confidence and creating a ‘brag book’ of positive healthy activities that can be shared. Participants are aged between 13 -17 years.
What Activities does REMAP provide?