Inside Out assists young people in the child protection and youth justice system transition toward independent living.
This program seeks to empower, upskill and motivate young people between the ages of 16-19 to tackle life independently. Via an Enhanced Lead Tenant Model, housing arrangements are tailored specifically to a young person’s need to create a safe and secure place where they feel valued and have a sense of belonging.
VOLUNTEER LEAD TENANT VACANCIES
Exciting opportunities are now available to become a live-in mentor to young people as part of our Enhanced Lead Tenant program, which provides accommodation, and support services to young people who are on statutory orders (child protection and/or youth justice).
Applicants should include a letter which you can upload as part of this form. Your letter should tell us a little about yourself, stating that you are interested in the position and outlining what you feel you can bring to the program as a Lead Tenant.
MANY VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE DO NOT RECEIVE THE HELP THEY NEED AND RISK FALLING THROUGH THE CRACKS
Mia* has a history of self-harming, as a consequence of previous trauma in her life. Since linking up with Concern Australia, Mia has been in a stable home environment for a full year, where she is feeling safe, and well connected to the lead tenants and her youth worker.
Mia has been very settled at the house, is attending school regularly, and has not self-harmed in 103 days, which is the longest she has gone for a number of years. Concern Australia’s youth worker arranged an anniversary dinner at the house to celebrate, which was a great experience for Mia.
*Mia’s name has been changed