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Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY)
304 Drummond Street
Carlton VIC 3053
Fax: 9349 3766
Website with link to referral form: http://cmy.net.au/article/youth-support
Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre’s Youth Services
Youth Services constitute a major part of Settlement Services at Spectrum MRC. The Youth Services provide case support, referrals, information, sporting and recreation activities, school holiday programs, youth leadership and advocacy and education support programs for young people aged 12 to 25 years from migrant and refugees backgrounds.
Essan S. Dileri
Youth Settlement and Projects Team Leader
Ph: 9496 0238
Mobile: 0402 458 045
Asylum Seeker Welcome Centre (ASWC)
Street address: 212 Sydney Road, Brunswick VIC 3057
Phone number: (03) 9388 2459
Email address: email@example.com
ASWC is a non-for-profit organisation that provides migration advice, information and referrals to asylum seekers. These services facilitate a range of links to community and other services related to all aspects of asylum seekers’ situations.
The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre is the largest provider of aid, legal and health services to people seeking asylum in Australia.
Fitzroy Learning Network coordinates volunteer tutors in English and organises other recreational and vocational activities for refugees, working particularly with people who were formerly on Temporary Protection Visas. Services include health centres, schools, employment agencies and legal representation. There are also English and computer classes offered through the network.
Foundation House (Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture)
Street addresses: 4 Gardiner Street, Brunswick VIC 3056 and 155 Foster Street, Dandenong VIC 3175
Phone numbers: (03) 9388 0022 (Brunswick) and (03) 8788 3333 (Dandenong)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foundation House provides a range of services to people from refugee backgrounds whom have survived torture or war related trauma. It provides direct services to clients in the form of counselling, advocacy, family support, group work, psycho-education, information sessions and complementary therapies. Direct services to clients are coupled with referral, training and education roles aimed at developing and strengthening the resources of various communities and service providers. Foundation House provides services across Melbourne with offices in Brunswick and Dandenong. Services are also provided in a number of rural and regional centres across Victoria.
Refugee Legal (formerly the Refugee Immigration Legal Centre)
Street address: Level 6, 20 Otter Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066
Phone number: (03) 9413 0101 (reception) or (03) 9413 0100 (advice line)
Email address: email@example.com
Refugee Legal (formerly known as the Refugee and Immigration Legal Centre or RILC) is a community legal centre specialising in all aspects of refugee and immigration law, policy and practice. Telephone advice can be obtained Wednesdays 10am-4pmand Fridays 2-4pm. Refugee Legal also offers daytime casework services and offshore ‘family reunion’ clinics.
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC)
Call (03) 9274 9827 on Monday or Thursday, 2pm-4pm or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also go to 214-218 Nicholson Street Footscray during the week, between 11am-3pm.
Online Database of English Classes
The Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) is delighted to host Seeking English, a live database of English classes all over Melbourne, specifically for people seeking asylum. This database is a joint project of the Network of Asylum Seeker Agencies Victoria (NASAVic).
Somali Australian Council of Victoria
7 Tobruk Avenue