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How Horizon House helps young
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Success stories and
St John of God Horizon House provides
accommodation, care and intensive support to young people aged 16
to 22 who are vulnerable, homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Horizon House welcomes young people from all backgrounds, providing
long-term support for education, training, employment and life
Located in towns and cities across Victoria and Western Australia, our houses give
young people the opportunity to live in a caring environment that
encourages respect and responsibility. This fosters trusting
relationships that help young people realise a brighter future and
fulfil their potential.
Horizon House is operated as part of St John
of God Health Care’s commitment to Social
More about the Horizon House model of
Geelong local, John is in his early-twenties and already has some impressive accomplishments under his belt which become truly remarkable when you consider that just three years ago, John was homeless.
National Youth Week is a great opportunity for the team at St John of God Health Care to reflect on the many success stories from SJG Social Outreach Horizon House. One such inspiring tale has come from our Young Mother & Baby Program.
We’re continuing to shine a spotlight on the St John of God Horizon House program and celebrate some of its wonderful success stories in light of this being National Youth Week.
All funds raised through this year's Santos Great Bike Ride
for Homeless Youth will go directly to St John of God Horizon
House. Please get behind the event on Sunday, 22 November
2015 by clicking here to register as a rider
or volunteer. If you can't make it on the day, consider showing
your support by making a donation here.
Residents are supported in their education, training and
employment goals, enabling better prospects for securing
accommodation and work when they leave our care. More.
Specialised care has been developed for
young Aboriginal young men in Broome and young,
pregnant women in Perth. Transitional housing has also
been introduced in Warrnambool. More.
You can keep up to date with developments at Horizon House
in a number of ways. Monthly updates are included in the Social
Outreach eNewsletter. You can view or subscribe here.
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