After Dark is a program for young people aged 12-24. It offers a safe, night time space for young people to socialise.
We can offer a safe environment where young people can receive confidential, individual support.
Our case management service provides practical support and referrals to specialist services so we can assist young people to overcome any barriers they may face.
GYS provides healthy meals at most activities and events as well as fresh food boxes
The Glebe Pathways Project (GPP) operates five days per week from 10am to 1pm for up to 7 young people, with a primary focus on Years 9 and 10 curriculum.
Girls Who Box is a program for young women in Glebe running very early Monday mornings, before school (6am-9am).
Teentime is a drop- in program for 12-18 year olds – providing a safe space for young people in the Glebe area to handout and connect with friends and youth workers in a positive, judgment free supportive environment. Young people have ownership over the space and activities and staff are responsive to needs and requests. It…
Girlzone is a program exclusively for young women (aged 12-15) in Glebe and runs during school terms every Wednesday 3-6pm, in partnership with City of Sydney.
Homework Club is run at Balmain High School for students who want some help with homework and study skills.
Boyzone runs every Tuesday afternoon, for young men (12-24 years). The program runs in partnership with the City of Sydney.
This program aims to engage with teens in the Glebe area to provide them with support with increase their capacity to articulate and develop personal goals. Through positive mentoring and role modelling we will introduce a range of topics from health and fitness, to sexual education, health, the law, respectful relationships and managing emotions.…
The Tweenies Transition Program is a 10-week program in partnership with Centipede, City of Sydney, Glebe Youth services and the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA).
Glebe Youth Service is a non-government organisation dedicated to the support of young people aged 12-24 who live, work, study or play in the Glebe area.