Intercept is a band of youth workers like no other. We represent the young people of Moreton Bay and speak out for those who need our help the most.
If you’re aged 10–18 years and are having trouble with home, school or life – Intercept’s amazing team is here to help you through the tough times. There is always someone on hand to get you through life’s speed bumps.
With aspirations to become a teacher in an Indigenous community, Moreton Bay local Kobi Archer is on a successful path. He was recently awarded the 2016 Intercept Youth Achievement Award. Kobi ‘pays it forward’ by volunteering in the Indigenous Student Support Program at the high school where he recently graduated.
Intercept runs programs in your schools, your neighbourhoods and in your spaces. We keep the light on when you go out, we can guide you along the right path and shine the torch in the darkest tunnel.
Whether you are working with our School Based Youth Support Officers (SBYSOs) in high schools, Youth Mental Health and Disabilities Support or Reconnect when you’re couch surfing – Intercept’s got you covered.
Got problems at home? No worries, Empowering Family Connections has got your back. You might even work with our Transitions team if you’re in care and looking to make the move to living independently. We even have people on the ground to help you get the right education at the right time with YJET.
Intercept is your one-stop-youth-shop in the Moreton Bay Region.
Intercept workers support the entire Moreton Bay Region and our office space is in Caboolture. We are centrally located near the CBD of Caboolture at 11-13 Bertha Street and a stone’s throw from the train station.
You can always reach us on the phone in business hours during the week. For more information, hit us up on the details below.
Intercept is funded by the Queensland Government, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Queensland Government, Department of Education, Training and Employment and Australian Government, Department of Social Services.