Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre

  1. About this service

    The Youth Services team at the Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre works to understand and meet the needs of young people in a way that emphasises engagement and relationship building. Young people aged 12 to 25 can access a range of support services that include casework, referrals to other services, information about relevant topics, sporting and recreational activities, leadership and advocacy training and education support.

    Spectrum is a one-stop-shop for newly arrived and established migrants and refugees.

    - Drop-in intake service twice a week (Mondays & Wednesdays)
    - Casework
    - Settlement Grants Program
    - Homework Support Programs
    - Leadership and advocacy training
    - Social and recreational activities

      • Service area

        Western Suburbs

      • Service hours

        Monday- to Friday 9:00AM to 5:00PM

      • Age group

        12 - 25 years

      • Interpreters


      • Service type


      • Costs

        Variable depends on service

      • Public transport information

        Located across the road from Sunshine Marketplace, 10 minute walk from Sunshine train station

      • Service for

        Various programs for young people including Ethnic Youth Council. Youth Financial subsidies, After School Western Program.

      • Disability access


      • Drop in service

        Yes (Mondays and Wednesdays)

    More information for service professionals

      • Referral mode

        In person or via the phone

      • Point of intake

        Office Administration

  2. Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre