Events and Fundraising / 19th November 2019

Principal’s Afternoon Tea

On 14th November, Phoenix House Youth Services hosted the School Principal’s afternoon tea. The agenda covered a number of Student Engagement and Attendance Services within the Phoenix House such as Transit, Study Support, Homework Club, Case management, Counselling, Living Skills Program, Parent Support Program and Resilience Programs.

The purpose of the meeting was to familiarise the Principals with the programs and services offered by Phoenix House, for disengaged  young people. It was also extremely important  for Schools and community based services, to connect and work together, to help our young people address their challenges in a safe and nurturing environment.

The Phoenix House Youth Services have been pre-qualified by the Department of Education to provide the following programs and services in DET schools https://education.nsw.gov.au/student-wellbeing/external-wellbeing-providers/providers/other/phoenix-house-youth-services-inc#Who0

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