Youth, Family & Indigenous Services

 Indigenous children on Palm Island benefiting from our community bus that takes them to and from school - this bus is an example of our Youth and Family services

Supporting local communities to thrive, is at the heart of what we do at Campbell Page

Our wide range of services have been developed with the community, for the community to specifically meet their needs.

With a focus on youth, families and Indigenous people, our support programs are outlined below. To enquire about our services or for more information please contact 1300 139 920 or use the contact form.


The Reconnect program works with youth aged from 12 to 18 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.   The Reconnect program is funded by the Department of Social Services.

New Careers for Aboriginal People (NCAP)

The NCAP program assists Aboriginal people to access education and training pathways that address their individual needs and embraces their prospects of permanent employment. The NCAP Program is funded by NSW Department of Industry.

South Coast Youth Services

South Coast Youth Services provides information, support and advice to young people aged from 12 to 17 years and their families.  South Coast Youth Services is funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Eden Community Hub

The Community Builders Program operates from our Eden Community Hub.  The aim of the program is to strengthen communities, particularly those who need extra support.  Community building strengthens the capacity and opportunity for people to actively engage with their local community.  The community Builders program is funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Community Capacity Building Program (CCB)

The aim of the CCB Program is to support families, friends and carers with children from ages 0 to 8 years.  It operates in the Eurobodalla, Bega and Queanbeyan regions.  The program assists families by providing access to resources, information and referrals, as well as facilitating a wide range of local activities.  These activities include workshops, training sessions, playgroups and community events. The CCB program is funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Mogo Aboriginal Preschool 

Mogo Aboriginal Preschool cares for all children aged from 2.5 to 6 years of age.

Mogo Aboriginal Preschool is community focused, recognising and respecting the culture and background of every child. We offer a safe and fun learning environment that puts your child first, focusing on meeting their individual needs and working collaboratively with families. The preschool offers a locally operated pickup and drop off bus service. Subsidised fees are available.

Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 4 pm (during NSW school terms only).  

Find out more about Mogo Aboriginal Preschool here.

Eurobodalla Youth Homelessness Support Services

This Service provides support to single young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  Through personalised assessment, case management and one-on-one support our professional youth workers assist young people to clarify and reach their goals. EYHSS is funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Contact Campbell Page Youth Services on 02 44411 8520

Moruya Youth Refuge

The Moruya Youth Refuge offers 24 hour, 7 day per week crisis accommodation and personalised support services for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  The Refuge offers short-term accommodation as well as support from professional Youth Workers.  The Moruya Youth Refuge is funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Find out more about the Refuge here or contact the team on 02 44411 8520


HI AIMS coaches and mentors young Aboriginal people in Nowra to engage with culture and explore careers of their choice. It helps each person build individual pathways to their choice of permanent employment.

For more information, please contact Janet Atkins on 0419 120 493 or Janine Hutton on 0419 497 332. HI AIMS is funded by NSW Department of Industry.


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