Youth Support

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Providing support to young people

We offer a range of high quality support for free to young people and their families. 

We love walking alongside young people to help build a stronger community. And we are committed to supporting them to develop the skills and capacity to live healthy and independent lives. We do this by delivering a range of programs and services including individual support, vocational training, drug & alcohol support and driver training.

What we are about!

What supports are available?

Individual Support
(Wyong & Hunter)

Oasis youth workers can provide individual support to young people aged 12-25. Youth workers help young people to identify short term goals to help their journey to independence, and assist them to achieve these goals.


Social Programs

At Oasis Youth Services, we offer a range of on-site social programs for young people aged 10-17 years, and also leadership programs aimed at young people aged 15-25 years.


Drug & Alcohol Support (Hunter)

Located at Oasis Hunter, the Drug & Alcohol Support is designed to assist young people aged 12-25 years old and their families to address barriers or issues relating to drug & alcohol usage, and anger management.


School & Group Programs

Oasis offers a set of programs that can be run in schools and/or at the Oasis Centre. Our team can facilitate the programs to groups of up to 6 young people.


Need someone to chat?

If you're aged 12 - 25 and need to chat to someone, we are here to offer support, a listening ear and any options that might be helpful.


If this is an emergency or you're needing immediate support please phone
Lifeline 13 11 14 or 000.