Justice and crime prevention
We work to improve community safety and help those leaving prison reconnect with community in a positive way through skill development and employment opportunities.
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Mental health and wellbeing
We help people with mental illness navigate complex and traumatic periods with counselling, outreach and therapeutic activities.
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Settlement and community building
We work along side remote Indigenous communities and newly arrived refugee groups to build people's participation to and increase capacity for decision making and self determination.
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Education, training and employment
We work with long-term unemployed and marginalised people to build skills, deliver recognised training and connect job seekers with real opportunities for employment.
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Stories

Generosity supports Perry House upgrade

To mark Homelessness Week (July 7-13), Jesuit Social Services last week unveiled a new BBQ deck at Perry House. Perry House is a residential facility for young people with intellectual disabilities who have involvement with the youth justice system to learn...

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"I want to provide my son a better life than what I had"

The single largest barrier to employment for migrants and refugees in Australia is the lack of opportunity and quality work experience. TheĀ African-Australian Inclusion ProgramĀ (AAIP) breaks down this barrier by providing six months of paid work, mentoring and career coaching to...

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How Johnny links schools and families to keep young people learning

Johnny Cheung-Fook is a caseworker with our Navigator program. He talks to SEZ WILKS about being a bridge between schools and families, and how his own school experiences help him understand the barriers young learners face. I became involved with Navigator...

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How Sinke catalysed her corporate career through the African-Australian Inclusion Program

The single largest barrier to employment for migrants and refugees in Australia is the lack of opportunity and quality work experience. The African-Australian Inclusion Program (AAIP) breaks down this barrier by providing six months of paid work, mentoring and career...

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On 25 March 2017, help us celebrate 40 years
You're invited to our 40th Anniversary Dinner, held in the Grand Ballroom of Sofitel Melbourne on Collins on Saturday 25 March 2017. Join us for a truly stimulating and enjoyable event, featuring guest speaker Senator Patrick Dodson and a special performance by Archie Roach.
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