Youth Welfare Charity Clubs & Associations in Coral Coast
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The Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation is an award winning Youth organisation and is recognised as one of the most efficient and proactive youth programs in the Mid West Region of Western Australia.
- Local Clubs:Aboriginal
- Charity:Aboriginal,Youth Welfare
Amongst many other programs GSAC exists to reduce the incident of Juvenile crime by providing counselling and programmes for the social development of youth by providing clients with emotional support and promoting desirable skills and values.
GSAC is governed by an all volunteer Board of Directors.
GSAC operates on two sites- the town based youth centre in Eastward Road, and Gunnado
Farm 5 klms east of Walkaway. GSAC owns Gunnado freehold and has done so since 1993.
In 1987, in response to a community need to address the perceived problem of numbers of
youth, perceived to be mainly of Aboriginal descent, being on the streets in the CBD area and the potential connections with disturbances and/or street crime,community volunteers would walk the streets to talk with the young people present. Two youth councillors were then funded
by the Federal Department of Employment, Education and Training.
This program has expanded and continues today. Every Thursday five staff will drive out to the CBD to engage with the children, providing food and fun.
Northampton Old School Community Initiative Inc (NOSCII) is a community centre for Aboriginal residents in Northampton and district.
- Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Arts,Youth
- Charity:Aboriginal,Education & Training,Employment & Training,Health,Information & Referral,Local Community,Mental Health,Youth Welfare
- Type:Aboriginal,Volunteer,Charity,Local Focus
- Employees (FTE):-
We provide all kinds of assistance in the community, with art and creative content running through all our projects. We actively seek and promote opportunities for highly visible, positive cultural expression in the community we live in and are particularly focused on youth wellbeing. We are a registered charity delivering annual appeals, emergency relief, family support and employment assistance.?
What we are proud of:?
Employing Aboriginal people and finding employment opportunities for many since 2006.
Continuing and thriving as a regional organisation focused on delivering services to the community.
Increasing cultural recognition through creative projects.
Bringing people together through an Aboriginal community centre since the Shire invested in the process in 1991, operating autonomously as NOSCII since 2006.
Helping to reduce juvenile crime through creative programs that offer strong identity and cultural outcomes for young people.
Helping our kids start school earlier, stay on at school longer and go on further.
Developing artist pathways through skills development, innovative programs and participation in external events.
Providing advocacy for local families in areas such as housing and health.