Youth represent some of the most vulnerable members of our society and require specialist support to ensure positive outcomes for their future development.
InComPro provide support to youth in a range of different circumstances and work hard to maintain an active connection with youth to ensure that they don’t slip through the cracks.
- Case Management
- School holiday Activities
- Aboriginal Mentor/ Liaison officer
- Out of home care
- Homework club
- Literacy / Numeracy support – BKSB
- Driver’s Education
- Engagement activities
- Cultural activies
To provide therapeutic living options for Aboriginal children and young people who are under the Guardianship of the Minister or other authority
Family Cultural Accommodation Service
Every child has the right to feel safe, respected, and cared for, to reach their potential.
Incompro deliver 24/7 out-of-home care for children and young people between 0-18 years who are assessed by the Department of Child Protection and placed under the guardianship of the Minister with emphasis to transition into kinship care.
At Incompro we work with families to build capacity to provide safe and supportive homes for their children and young people and their families for an outcome of building safe, stable and nurturing relationships.
Our passion is to support families to stay together and grow stronger with our Family / Youth Support Team.
Cultural Care Accommodation
Cultural Care Accommodation is long term care for children and young people under the Guardianship of the Minister. Incompro use a therapeutic framework to provide vulnerable and at risk children and young people with support in a stable home environment.
This cultural care model is focused on preparing young people for moving to independent living and to encourage positive outcomes.
For more information on InComPro’s youth services, please contact our Youth Services Office on 7324 5072 with any questions about our youth programs.
The provision of culturally customised services, systems and solutions throughout the community, to achieve economic autonomy and cultural freedom by Indigenous Community Professionals.