PCYC – Youth Management Team

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Leos Club – Roma Lions

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Who: Ages 12 – 18

What: Leo Clubs are a youth organisation of Lions Clubs International. The word “Leo” stands for Leadership, Experience, Opportunity.

When: In Roma we meet on the last Sunday of the month and have a sausage sizzle every once a month in front of Home Timber and Hardware, as well as become involved in local events.

Why: The Leo Club gives us an identity, to be a part of something and give to the community. Alongside the social aspect of this local organisation, we can feel a sense of belonging and it’s always comforting knowing that you’re making a difference whether big or small!

We encourage young people to become a part of Leos.

Contact: (for more information) 

Lion David Knowles – 0427 354 667

Lion Aileen Knowles –

Facebook:  Leo Club of Roma – Queensland

Facebook: Lions Club of Roma – Queensland

 

 

 


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Youth Connect Group – Roma Church of Christ – Sunday Night

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About: Youth Connect is a youth group run by the Roma Church of Christ

Vital Info:

Ages: Grade 7 to Grade 12
Day:  Sundays (during school terms)

Location: Roma Church of Christ, 119 Currey Street

Contact:  David Jones 0428 979 222

Email:  admin@romachurchofchrist.org.au  

Weblink:  Roma Church of Christ

Facebook:  Roma Church of Christ

 

 

 

 


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Youth Support Worker – Lifeline

Youth Support Worker available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8.30 am  to 4.30 pm.  For more information please click the link below:

Youth Support Worker


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Apprenticeship Support Australia

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  • Introducing an all new apprenticeship support experience across Australia.
  • Long Description
    Apprenticeship Support Australia is contracted by the Australian Government to provide skills development advice and solutions to businesses across Australia as part of the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN).We combine the 60 years collective experience of Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre in NSW, VECCI Apprenticeship Services in VIC, CCI Apprenticeship Solutions in WA and Business SA’s Australian Apprenticeships Centre.Backed by the Australian chamber movement, we are committed to building a better Australia by playing a vital role in promoting participation in and increasing completion of vocational education and training programs, including apprenticeships and traineeships.

    Noel Radunz
    Industry Training Consultant | Australian Business Apprenticeships Centre

    123 Margaret Street, Toowoomba QLD, 4350
    Tel 1300 652 236 | Mob 0439 441 905  | Fax 1300 650 755

     

    Phone: 1300363831

 

 


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Next Step Program

 

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Next Step After Care services provide young people between the ages of 15 and 21 who have been in foster care or other out of home care arrangements with support to build independent lives.
Next Step After Care works towards developing the young person’s family and community relationships, educational opportunities, job-ready skills, independent living skills, and acquiring suitable accommodation.

 

For more information please click on links below:

Next Step Poster

Next Step Information

or

Contact: Julie Cave (Flatt)

Life Without Barriers

298 Ruthven Street

PO Box 1011
Toowoomba  Qld  4350

Phone: 07 4616 3117
Fax: 07 4632 3199

Website:  Life Without Barriers

 

 

 


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Braking the Cycle – A Community Based Learner Driver Program

 

 

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Braking the cycle

Braking the Cycle is a community based program that partners volunteer mentors with learner drivers.

The Mentor acts as a supervisor, enabling the learner to complete the 100 mandatory log book

hours required to achieve their licence.

By not having access to a vehicle or person to assist with the logged hours, young people are therefore

restricted in employment opportunities and can quickly become trapped in a cycle of disadvantage.

The program will enable young people to develop a core life and employment skill that will support

further opportunities in the workplace, training, and education environments.

Young people will be empowered to break the cycle of disadvantage, unemployment, and anti-social

behaviour thereby reducing crime and traffic incidents.

 

Volunteer with Purpose

Volunteers are mentors from the community who have held an ‘open’ drivers licence for at least 12 months and are willing to undertake a days training to fulfil the role of a supervising driver.

Time given to the program is flexible to your needs and can range from one hour to several hours

per week. The time commitment is prearranged around the mentor’s availability.

Mentors develop and maintain a purposeful, empowering, and supportive relationship with the learner which will have a lasting impact on their life.

The program offers an opportunity to volunteer in a way that has tangible outcomes for young people and the community.

Mentoring provides opportunities to meet new people, develop new skills and add variety to the mentors life.

2 Learner Drivers

The program is for people aged 16-25 with a current learner’s permit who face barriers to meeting the 100

log book hour requirement. Typically learners will not have access to a vehicle or supervising driver.

Young people can be referred to the program through Job Service Agencies, youth agencies,

schools, or can refer themselves.

PCYC membership is a requirement of the program.

3 Become a Sponsor

The success and sustainability of Braking the Cycle relies on community and corporate donations.

The program needs sponsorship, community support, and in-kind donations of goods and services to meet day to day operational costs.

 


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PCYC Roma – Regular Activities

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PCYC – Located at The Roma- Bungil  Recreational Centre – Cnr George  and Quinton Streets

PCYC works in partnership with the Queensland Police Service, all levels of Government, Businesses, Young People and the Community to provide appropriate, affordable and accessible programs and activities for young people, families and adults.

PCYC offers a wide range of programs and activities to their communities. PCYC Roma currently has a range of activities and programs happening for the community to participate in; Netball, Boxing, Fitness Classes, Gym, Basketball, Volleyball plus more to come as we become more established.

Programs and activities that will be offered will include but will not be limited too;
* health & fitness
* youth programs
* sport & recreational activities

Pop down and see us for a program and pricing.

PCYC new opening hours
Monday – Friday 5am – 9pm
Saturday & Sunday 7am – 3pm
Closed Public Holidays.

Facebook Page:  PCYC Roma

Website: PCYC

 

 

 

 


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Maranoa Regional Council – Social Services

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Please click on link below for more details:

 

Community Support

Youth

 

 

 


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Information Submission

Below are PDF forms that you can download and fill out if you would like your information displayed on this site.

Activities and Events Form

Services and Business Form

Be sure to email them directly to romaforfamilies@gmail.com and attach a photo of your activity, business or logo.

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