The Link Centre

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    About This Service

    The Link Centre Limited, a registered charity, provides a holistic service to the socially and educationally disengaged students in the western suburbs of Melbourne. The Link Centre delivers a Year 10 equivalent program to students between the ages or 15-17. A multidisciplinary team adopts a multi-prong approach focusing on academic achievement, career pathway mentoring, developing life skills, socio-emotional know-how and resilience. The goal of a young person at the Link Centre is to have an increased sense of confidence, secure sustainable pathways and to have the knowledge, tools and skills in responsible decision making.

    The young people who attend the Link Centre have disengaged from mainstream schools due to poor mental health, bullying, poor conduct and difficultly in coping academically at school, amongst a myriad of reasons. The academic and social support program is delivered by a team comprising of a manager, a social worker and two teachers.

      • Service Provider

        Community Organisation

      • Service Name

        The Link Centre

      • Service Address

        91 Bladin Street, Laverton 3028

      • Phone

        (03) 9369 8026

      • Fax


      • Email

        See website

      • Service Area

        Western Suburbs of Melbourne

      • Service Hours

        See website

      • Age Group

        15 - 17

      • Interpreters

      • Website

      • Service For

        Disengaged students

      • Languages (other than English)

      • Disability Access

      • Drop In Service


      • Outreach


      • Outpost


      • Costs

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    More information for service providers

      • Participation Length


      • Participation Type


      • Secondary Consult


      • Who Can Refer

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