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Programs

The purpose of our programs is to keep children and young people active and engaged so that they stay on a positive life path.

These programs are designed in conjunction with the Western Australia Police Force, the community, other key partners, and are often inspired by the young people themselves.

  • Breakfast Club

    The relationship between food and mental health is well documented. Not consuming enough food causes psychological distress and severely affects children’s ability to concentrate.

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  • Drive to the Future

    The PCYC Drive to the Future Program ensures that more young drivers are safe and qualified to drive. In addition, by providing quality instruction and guidance to novice drivers, the program aims to improve overall community safety.

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  • Full Throttle

    Full Throttle is PCYC's bike rebuilding program for young people aged 12-18 years old, who are disengaged from school, to restore damaged or donated bikes.

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  • safeSPACE™

    safeSPACE™ is our core diversionary program for vulnerable children and young people at risk. Programs are run before school, after school and into the evening.

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  • School Holiday Programs

    Keeping disadvantaged children and young people entertained during the school holidays is key to keeping them on the right path. By providing accessible School Holiday Programs, PCYC also aims to ease the pressure on low-income families to find interesting, age-appropriate activities for children and young people during holidays.

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