Seaford Hangout

Location

41 Railway Parade
Seaford, 3198

Contact Us

Youth Central Office: 03 9768 1366
Kellie: 0488 591 421   
Email: youthcentral@frankston.vic.gov.au

Facebook

Follow us on Facebook:
@frankstonyouthservice

Opening Hours

Open Tuesday and Thursday
C
losed Monday, Wednesday to Friday.

School Holiday Programs

The Youth Central page has details on school holiday activities for each Hangout.  

School Term Activities

Mondays: Closed

Tuesdays: Drop In: 3pm to 5pm
We help young people aged 12-24 years and their families within Frankston City municipality with support, information and referrals. 

  • Play X-box One, PlayStation 3, WiiU 
  • Get creative with art and music
  • Get active play sports with other teens
  • Talk to a youth worker
  • Meet with friends and make new ones
    Cost: Free

Wednesdays: Closed

Thursdays: Drop In: 3pm-5pm
We help young people aged 12-24 years and their families within Frankston City municipality with support, information and referrals. Thursday we are open for:

  • Play X-box One, PlayStation 3, WiiU 
  • Get creative with art and music
  • Get active play sports with other teens
  • Talk to a youth worker
  • Meet with friends and make new ones
    Cost: Free

Friday: Closed

The What Bus - Youth Outreach Bus

Lookout for our new mobile outreach bus! A youth centre on wheels decked out with gaming consoles, free Wi-Fi, giant games, giveaways and friendly, approachable youth workers.

Location: Coming to a skate park, school, or shopping centre near you.

Cost: Free!

If the weather is okay you’ll find us within the Seaford local area such as Seaford Hangout and local hot spots with giveaways and free food.

You can also chat with a youth worker about local support services including housing, drug and alcohol counselling, financial counselling, or job assistance.

Dates

  • Tuesday 12 February
  • Tuesday 26 February
  • Tuesday 5 March
  • Tuesday 12 March
  • Tuesday 26 March
  • Tuesday 2 April

What we offer

We help young people aged 12-24 years and their families within Frankston City municipality with support, information and referrals.

  • Homework support
  • Referral and information about services
  • Life skills programs and AOD
  • Help with resumes and job applications
  • Structured activities and groups
  • Accommodation support
  • Supportive youth workers
  • Peer support groups
  • Volunteering and employment opportunities
  • FREE access to Wi-Fi, PCs and printing
  • L2P is a program for young Learners to gain the necessary 120 hours required to gain their P’s.

Keep Watch on this page for changes as we endeavour to run more programs with the young people in the future.

Programs are subject to change, contact Youth Central on 9768 1366 for further information.

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