For public holiday hours, please contact this service.
Billing: Other Option
Wheelchair access: Yes
The Street Outreach Service (SOS) is a mobile information and referral service that engages with and provides support to individuals on the street. The services are staffed with trained volunteers from the community who build rapport with individuals and offer support, information, crisis intervention and referrals to other agencies or service providers. See website links for further information available: EntryProcedures Volunteers provide care and assistance to young people who may be unemployed, disenfranchised, homeless and/or experiencing issues relating to alcohol or other drug use or dependency. Whilst the target population for the SOS is young people between the ages of 12-25, the SOS will respond to anyone in need, regardless of race, age, gender, sexuality or religion.: WaitingListDetails The program is coordinated by Regional Coordinators, whose backgrounds are in social work, social science, psychology, youth work and community services. Volunteers in this program may come from similar backgrounds, while some work in unrelated field but have a strong sense of social justice and caring for their community.