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Teaching Life Skills 
Building Confidence

We need to learn how to cook, and how to use a washing machine, because that's what adults do. - Jillian, WCF Young Person

Supported Independent Living Program

Our Supported Independent Living Program supports and cares for young people aged 15 - 17 years and focuses on teaching practical life skills that they will need to be successful. These skills include cooking, home duties, financial assistance and budgeting, career development and building health and positive relationships; all important and necessary life skills. 

These young people will be referred to us through the Department of Communities and Justice, and with support from a House Parent and the program, they will transition into semi-independent living or leaving care. 

Are you interested in becoming a Carer for our Supported Indepdent Living Program?
Please complete the below enquiry form. 
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Thank you for your enquiry.

One of our team will be in contact within two business days. 

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Permanency Support Program

Read more about our

Permanency Support Program

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Becoming a Foster Carer

Find out more about the steps

to becoming a foster carer

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You are supported

We support you so you can support the children in your care

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our FAQs are from real people interested in becoming a foster carer

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Our Carers

Hear from some of our carers

about their foster care journey

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Bill's Story

A child in care himself, Bill's story has inspired many people in our community

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