The Support Hub
Link UP: VIC
Below is a list of useful websites relevant to apprentices and trainees in Australia. The below organisations are Victorian based services. If you live regionally and would like to know about services local to you, connect with us. One of our mentors can assist you further.
Youth Central Victoria
Youth Central is the Victorian Government's website for young people aged 12-25, filled to overflowing with great information and articles about a range of relevant topics.
There are legal aid organisations in every state of Australia. These government funded programs offer information about services and useful legal information to help you understand the laws and legal system in the state you live in. Each state offers legal aid help over the phone if needed, so visit the relevant state website for more information.
Helping Vistorians understand the law.
Federation of Community Legal Centres
Providing Victorians free legal help to clients facing economic and social disadvantage
Youth Central: Study Tips and Resources
A website offering practical, straightforward skills to assist you to excell in your career and study. www.youthcentral.vic.gov.au/studying-training/studying-tips-resources
We recommend you contact your RTO directly for Educational support. Beyond this, here are some excellent websites with great learning support resources.
A website offering FREE and impartial financial guidance and tools
Youth Central: Paying for your Course
A free and confidential service delivered by community and local government organisations. Visit the website to be linked to direct support, advocacy, referral or community education.
Youth Central: Housing
Help your with your housing decisions.
Provides a range of free health services on behalf of the governments of Australia.
Family Drug Help
Family Drug Help (FDH) provides a specialist service to support family members and friends who are concerned about a loved one’s alcohol and other drug use. Family Drug Help aims to strengthen clients’ physical and mental health and their ability to cope with a very difficult situation