South Burnett CTC Youth and Family Services are committed to providing community based programs and services.

If you would like to seek further information about any of these programs please do not hesitate to contact us.

After Care

For persons who have left care and are under 21 years old.

Domestic Violence Service

For adults who are or have experienced domestic violence.

Emergency Relief

Provides provisional support to persons experiencing crisis.

Family and Child Connect

A Community Based Intake and Referral Service that provides a pathway to enable families under stress to access the support they need as early as possible and where possible, without recourse to the statutory child protection system.


One on one case management program for youths 12 to 18 years old.

Intensive Family Support

Works with families under stress through immediate assistance.

Learner Driver Mentor Program

Works alongside the community to support these young people so they can gain their hours and ultimately their license.

Personal Helpers and Mentors Service

Support for persons experiencing difficulties living independently due to mental health issues.


Community based wholistic support for young people disengaging from family, education and community.

Safe Haven

Additional support to families, young people and the community to reduce the impact of domestic violence on children in the community.

Specialist Homelessness Service

Supported accomodation for young persons 16 to 25 years old.


Counselling and support for victims and child witnesses of domestic and family violence.

Youth Support Coordinators

Youth worker support for young people in high school years 10 to 12 at risk of disengaging.