headspace Horsham provides FREE counselling and support to young people from 12 - 25 years.
The services cover issues such as relationships, drug and alcohol, mental health, bullying, anxiety, depression, bothering thoughts and uncertainty about future plans.
Our headspace centre has disabled access gender neutral toilets, a large waiting areas filled with natural light, sensory objects, and a family waiting area with bean bags, couches, toys, games and books.
If you are interested in accessing headspace services, see our Welcome and Orientation Kit for Young People .
If you are a family member, friend or carer of a young person, see our Family, Friends and Carer Welcome Pack .
headspace is also a LGBTQI friendly service.
Contact headspace Horsham
- Monday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
The Push is a non-profit, Victorian based youth entertainment organisation. They are also the FReeZA Support Service. You can contact The Push for advice on anything to do with your FReeZA Committee. Whether you are a FReeZA artist recording a demo or finding somewhere to rehearse, organising an outdoor event or show, running a FReeZA Push Start Battle of the Bands heat, or just needing general music industry advice, The Push can assist you. On the Push website under the Artist button you will find a listing of artists who have registered their interest to play FReeZA shows, the FReeZA Push Start resources including form downloads.
The Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) are police community groups that started in 1926 and aim to provide opportunities for young people to be involved in a variety of sports and other activities. Throughout the state there are many halls equipped with gym facilities, rings for boxing, judo and other types of sports. The venues are traditionally set up in areas where there is limited facilities and all branches are run as non profit.
This handbook is an official PCYC initiative, the information contained inside is directly relevant for the school leaver who is entering into the world of adulthood. There is vital information regarding drugs, sex, money, jobs, traveling, healthy mind and many more and will be delivered to all first year VCE students.
The book will be delivered to all year 11 students, with 20,000 readership per edition which consists of a combination of hard copies and e-versions for each of the four editions across the VIC regions with distributions in February, May, August and November each year