youth support services

Support Services for Youth

Support Services for Youth

Global Humanitarian Aid Foundation (GHAF) can help provide a wide range of effective support services for youth for disadvantaged children and adolescents in Australia. Regardless of background or ability, youth can get the physical, mental, psychological, emotional, medical, educational, and financial support they need to live better lives. The ultimate goal of our support services for youth is to help children and adolescents overcome adversities and rise above disadvantages. Whether they are facing challenges brought about by neglect, abandonment, disability, illness, poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, persecution, discrimination, harassment, natural disaster, or accident, every child and young person can rely on GHAF to be there for them every step of the way. Through our youth support services program, we can place children and adolescents on the right path towards securing their future today.

Our team here at GHAF strongly believes that all youth deserve the best possible start in life, and when there is a lack of focus or direction or they are facing overwhelming adversities in life, it becomes more difficult to achieve real potential. We have a team of fully qualified, highly skilled, and vastly experienced youth support staff who work tirelessly to ensure that all children and adolescents have the chance to enter adulthood as positive and confident members of the community. Likewise, our team is determined to make sure that no child or young person is neglected, abandoned, and deprived of hope, opportunity, or aspiration. This is why we provide everything from life essentials like food, water, clothing, and shelter to protection from violence, persecution, discrimination, and harassment to everything they need to live happier, safer, healthier, and more meaningful lives.

Want to know more about the GHAF Youth Support Services Program? You can call us on 1800 979 699 or send an email to

What Youth Support Services Can We Help Provide?

GHAF provides youth support services for children and adolescents so that they can overcome barriers through supported referrals for longer-term supports and bridge the gap in education, training, and employment opportunities. Our youth support services include –

  • Youth support workers for counselling and other needs
  • Mental health, well-being, and housing services
  • Alcohol and other drug support services
  • Financial, medical, and legal assistance
  • Referrals to vocational pathway programs
  • Re-engaging with school and educational opportunities
  • Social engagement and community participation
  • LGBTIQ+ safe services
  • Indigenous Australian youth services
  • Family and domestic violence services

Do you or someone you know need our support services for youth? Please get in touch with our team.

You can contact us via phone on 1800 979 699 or via email through

Our Commitment to Youth

Here at GHAF, we have a team of genuinely passionate youth support workers who have dedicated their lives and have fully committed to –

  • Work with individuals, listening and helping to develop individualised goals
  • Individualised support based on the outcomes of a young person's mentoring and support plan
  • Treat individuals fairly, respectfully, and with cultural sensitivity at all times
  • A caseload limit for safe practice with individuals prioritised on a needs basis
  • Link individuals with the right supporting people or organisations to ensure long-term support
  • Work closely with Centrelink, General Practitioners, Mental Health Services, and Housing Support
  • Provide access to education and employment services, among others, for holistic and wrap-around support
  • Keep individuals informed throughout the entire process
  • Engage and communicate with individuals in a way that works best for you – including phone, email, or even texting

Do you have any questions or concerns? Reach out to us by calling 1800 979 699 or via email through

If you or someone you know is in crisis, you will need to contact any of these respective services.


13 11 14 (24 hours)
Online Chat (7pm - Midnight)

Suicide Call Back Service

1300 659 467 (24 hours)
Online Counselling (24 hours)


Online Chat (7am - 1am)

Youth Affairs Council Victoria

03 9267 3700 (then Press 1) (9am - 5pm, Mon - Fri)

Beyond Blue

1300 22 4636 (24 hours)
Online Chat (24 hours)

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