Visit to Melbourne Citymission's Youth Precinct to announce $360,000 in additional funding

Left to right: Minister Lovell, Nahum (young person currently living at Youth Precinct) and Sherri Bruinhout, Director, Homelessness and Justice Services, Melbourne Citymission.

Left to right: Minister Lovell, Nahum (young person currently living at Youth Precinct) and Sherri Bruinhout, Director, Homelessness and Justice Services, Melbourne Citymission.

Left to right: Rev Ric Holland, CEO, Melbourne Citymission, Minister Lovell, Sherri Bruinhout, Director, Homelessness and Justice Services, Melbourne Citymission.

Left to right: Rev Ric Holland, CEO, Melbourne Citymission, Minister Lovell, Sherri Bruinhout, Director, Homelessness and Justice Services, Melbourne Citymission.

On 12 January, Minister Lovell joined the CEO and staff of Melbourne Citymission, representatives from Yarra Homelessness Network and young people currently living at Melbourne City Mission’s Youth Precinct in North Fitzroy to announce additional funding for youth support agencies.

Six youth support agencies across Victoria will receive more than $360,000 in total funding to support more frontline staff to help young people in areas such as independent living skills, and help them engage in education, employment and training.

Related media release: $360,000 to boost homelessness frontline staff