Arcadia is a youth transitioning program that aims to provide intentional, trauma informed and developmentally sensitive learning pathways and therapeutic transitions for young people from 14 to 20 years of age. Arcadia aims to better prepare young people for leaving out of home care, transitioning from home, home based or residential care to independent living in Southern Tasmania.
Arcadia incorporates Youth Transitions Services and The Redo Project. Arcadia supports young people to understand and build positive relationships with people who are important to them as well as supporting young people to identify, establish, and maintain networks and support systems to assist them in their transition toward independent living, including engagement in community activities, employment, education, health and wellbeing.
Arcadia provides an holistic and diverse range of supports and services to young people, which are tailored to meet developmental needs, as well as promoting the healing of trauma experienced in the past.
The Salvation Army gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the
Tasmanian Community Fund
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