In a decade volunteering at a Youth Off The Streets school, 81-year-old Betty has become a beloved friend to the students. Betty and School Manager Jo share how she makes a positive difference.
It’s important to talk about mental health with our loved ones – but how do we respond if someone says they’re struggling? We speak to psychologist Sally Roseby to find out.
University and college students who intern at Youth Off The Streets play an important role in supporting young people — and influencing the future of the youth sector. Meet three of our amazing interns.
Finding freedom in a new country doesn’t mean an end to life’s difficulties. But Faeza, an Afghan refugee, tells us how she’s learned to take these challenges in her stride with the help of her mentor.
Michelle Ackerman, our Acting Director of Youth Support Services, explains how addressing young people’s experiences of domestic and family violence is critical to tackling youth homelessness.
Kylie Sharp, our DFV Prevention – Youth Support Lead, explains why she is passionate about ensuring the voices of young people experiencing domestic and family violence are heard.