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livALIVE

 

Overview

The livALIVE program aimed to reduce the marginalisation of Western Australian (WA) young people, and reduce truancy, antisocial behaviour, alcohol and other drug use and criminality. The program was a mobile division of the Federation of Western Australian (WA) Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) that develops young people spaces in partnership with the Youth Policing Division (Judicial Services), local government, schools, social agencies, community groups and businesses.

livALIVE was able to provide tailored activities relevant to specific audiences across many regions of WA, including remote areas. Using a 3.5 ton truck filled with equipment, livALIVE created indoor or outdoor young people spaces that were educational (delivered during school operating hours) or recreational (delivered after school, weekends and holidays).

The livALIVE program could be tailored to include:

Abstract adapted from Federation of WA Police and Community Youth Centres

Contacts

The Federation of Western Australian Police & Community Youth Centres (Inc)
General Inquiries
12/275 Belmont Ave
Cloverdale WA 6105
PO Box 185
Cloverdale WA 6985
Ph: (08) 9277 4388
Fax: (08) 9277 8411
Email: info@wapcyc.com.au

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Last updated: 7 September 2016
 
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