Outreach & Street Yarning

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Street Yarning is HOPE’s mobile support service providing people with a safe space to connect with staff, including counsellors and volunteers.  Street Yarning Outreach services also provide practical supports such as food, clothing, blankets and toiletries; and engagement with other service agencies.

HOPE’s Outreach team have developed solid relationships with local schools and sporting organisations. In addition to regularly visiting schools to connect with young people, this support service takes students out for bush walks and activities. Schools have noted that since commencing these activities, the students have increased attendance levels, better performance and improved interactions with school staff.

In the Armadale and Surrounds area, the following weekly sessions are held:


Wednesdays 10:00am – 12:00pm
Champion Centre, 76 Champion Dr, Seville Grove
  • Mental health
  • Drug and alcohol information
  • Family and relationship support
  • Health and wellbeing

For counselling enquiries contact: Keith.lethbridge@hopecs.org.au


  • Thursdays 10:30am – 12:00pm

Champion Centre, 76 Champion Dr, Seville Grove

  • Thursdays 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Gwynne Skatepark, Corner of Seventh Road & Forrest Road, Armadale

Please note: Gwynne Skatepark session is aimed towards young people in the area (under 25).

Come and have a yarn over free food and a drink.

For enquiries contact:  tyrone.hansen@hopecs.org.au

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