Our Services

Youth Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) Services

MYT Youth Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) Services offer case management and support for young people aged between 15 and 24 who arrived in Australia in the last five years as humanitarian entrants, family stream migrants with low English proficiency, and dependants of skilled migrants in rural and regional areas with low English proficiency. YSS Case Managers can help with:

  • Family issues
  • Social participation
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Pathway planning & study support
  • Obtaining a driver’s license
  • Other issues

Subclass 200 (Refugee) people who had fled persecution and left their home country.
Subclass 201 (In Country Special Humanitarian) people who suffered persecution but had not left their home country.
Subclass 202 (Special Humanitarian Program) people who are subjected to substantial human rights abuses and were proposed for entry by an Australian Citizen or permanent resident over the age of 18.
Subclass 203 (Emergency Rescue) people who satisfy refugee criteria and whose lives depended on urgent resettlement.
Subclass 204 (Woman at Risk) persecuted women or female headed households and their dependents.
Subclass 866 (Protection Visa) recognized as refugees by the Australian government after they sought asylum on shore. Other (Unsure) Attach photocopy of visa to referral or call for advice about that particular visa.


Referral Form MYT (external services)

Self Referral Form – MYT CURRENT

Multicultural Youth (MY) Pathways

MY Pathways program works with young people from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds who are disengaged, or at risk of disengagement, with the community, education and employment and/or are displaying anti-social behaviour. The MY Pathways program is an early intervention program that works with at risk clients through case management and group work, facilitating targeted interventions based on the participants own goals.

The program is designed to support young people from migrant backgrounds to thrive in the local community and to facilitate community safety goals around social cohesion. Participants referred into the program will undergo an intake and assessment and if suitable will receive wrap around intensive support.

Eligibility: Young people between 14-25 yrs. from multicultural backgrounds, including young people born in Australia and whose parents arrived as migrants, refugee or asylum seekers.

Migrant Information and Referral Service (MIRS) – Youth

MIRS provides support to young people from 15-25 years old who have arrived independently as international students or who are dependants of Family and Skilled Migrant or International Student Visa holders. MYT provides case management, information and referrals for participants referred into the program.
MIRS Youth referrals can help with:

  • Social participation
  • Study support and pathways options
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Family issues
  • Employment
  • Other issues

Eligibility: 15-25 years old who have arrived independently as international students or who are dependants of Skilled Migrant Visa holders.