Community Support

Beaucare Community Support programs are funded by the Queensland Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.


Youth Support

A free and confidential support service for young people aged  8 - 21 years of age. Our friendly and professional team can work to ensure that you:
  • Experience positive relationships at home and with your family members
  • Can access the education you need
  • Lead a healthy and violence free life
  • Manage your emotions appropriately
  • Have a safe and stable place to live
  • Have access to employment support services
  • Have somewhere to go and something to do over School Holiday periods
  • Have someone you can trust to talk to and offer you support

Family Support

Our Family Support Team recognises that parenting is tough. We work with your family to identify goals for the future and develop a plan to help you get there.

We help with:

  • Parenting information and strategies
  • Housing and household management
  • Children's development and behaviours
  • Relationships and family conflict
  • Managing family finances
  • Access to local services and activities
Our service is voluntary and free. We will work with you in your home, from our friendly community centre or in suitable places in our community where you feel comfortable such as libraries, schools, parks, cafes.

Community Centre

Our large, air conditioned space at 44 Tina St is a community hub promoting well-being through information and resources, learning opportunities, self-help and support groups. We are proud of our dynamic centre which is supported by a team of passionate and dedicated volunteers and students, supported by professional staff.

Activities include:

  • Parenting Skills Groups
  • Emergency Financial Support
  • Financial Counselling
  • Youth Space
  • Community Meetings
  • Social Support
  • Peer Support Groups
  • Community Groups - U3A, Scenic Sewers, Music workshops

Financial Counselling

Our Financial Counselling service assists people who find themselves in financial distress due to job loss, sickness, relationship breakdowns or domestic violence. They also help if gambling is a problem for you or a family member. If you are having difficulty paying off regular bills or are having trouble managing debt, a Financial Counsellor may be what you need.
Are You:
  • Always short at the end of the week?
  • Slipping further and further behind?
  • Worried about debts?
  • Afraid to answer the phone?
  • Too worried to open the mail?
  • Feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to start?

Or maybe you just want to:

  • Prepare a budget
  • Learn to prioritise spending so that the essentials get paid
  • Pick up some tips to help with electricity, phone and internet costs
  • Set something aside for when things go wrong
  • Be clear on your rights in regards to debt
  • Know how to talk to creditors to get the results you want
  • Make sure you know all your options
  • Plan for the future

YFS Financial Counsellors can help you with these things and many more. Whether you want help with a simple budget or are considering bankruptcy, Financial Counsellors will give you the information you need to make the decisions that are right for you.

Financial Counsellors do not give Centrelink, business or tax advice and do not provide emergency relief.

Financial Counselling for people affected by problem gambling: If gambling is a problem for you or a family member, then a YFS Problem Gambling Financial Counsellor may be able to help. They will work with you to develop strategies to protect your funds, and give you back a sense of control over your money.

Servicing Gold Coast, Beaudesert & Logan


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