Artwork: Straatburg, Little Smith Street, Fitzroy
About these services
No matter why you are at our Centre we can help you on your pathway to employment.
Employment support includes
- Job agencies and traineeship referral pathways
- Advice on how to write job application
- Interview techniques and tips
- Learn skills for working with others
- Learn computer basics
- Learn from teachers who understand your needs
- Join a small class or receive one-on-one support
Advocacy and negotiations
- Advocacy with Centrelink and other job support agencies
We provide culturally appropriate, and tailored assistance. Visit these pages on this website to find out more.
- Refugee and Migrant support
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island support
Our services are free, and easy to organise.
We wrap our treatment and support services around our clients. That is, our treatment and support services ensure you get the right help from the right service, and as many or as few services are you need.
If you are attend court at the Centre, your duty lawyer will be your main point of contact with any services you may need. You may also encounter our Neighbourhood Justice Officer, who is the link between the court, services, the client, and the community, and provides more intensive support interventions as well as referrals to other services.
Other people you may encounter are the Salvation Army Officer and Court Network volunteers, all of whom provide support before, during and after court.
If you do not have a court matter, and you're a local Yarra resident, we can help you to find the right service for you.