Albany PCYC exists so that disadvantaged children and young people at risk in the Albany area have a safe place to go – somewhere they feel at home, make friends and do things that young people should do.

Our busiest Centre in the South West with over 3,000 attendances a month, Albany PCYC is well known and regarded in the community as the place to go for young people.

Albany PCYC facilitates and encourages youth participation in sporting, recreational, cultural and community programs, with the aim to reduce antisocial behaviour and offending in young people. The Centre’s flagship programs, Ice Breakers and safeSPACE – Strike II both aim to engage young people to help break the cycle of addiction and address issues young people may have experienced in their lives.

Albany PCYC has a strong focus on young people, and also caters to the broader community engaging members of all ages by offering a wide range of recreational activities. Albany PCYC also delivers the Police Rangers program which is suitable for young people who wish to try something different.

The annual Albany PCYC Community Ball is held in February each year and is a popular event for the adult community members, which raised valuable funds that have enabled Albany PCYC to continue to deliver specialised programs and recreational activities.

Albany PCYC is supported by some fantastic local businesses, and their major supporters include the City of Albany and Amity Health.

Albany PCYC is a registered ‘KidSport Club’ and accepts KidSport vouchers for Gymnastics.
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