Youth and Community

Youth and community programs at PCYC Crestmead

40+ Group

40+ is a fun loving group, which come together every Friday 9.00am-2.00pm to have a laugh, enjoy a band or play bingo.

Always looking for new members $5.00

Georgie- 3427 2277

Artist Group

If you’re a long term artist or are embracing on a new hobby, we have friendly competitions and set themes, oil, water or drawing artists all welcome.

Thursday 9.00am-1.00pm $5.00 and *$6.00 Annual membership

Noel- 3805 4100

Immunisation Clinic

Logan city council immunisation clinic runs every Wednesday 11.00am – 11.30am.

All vaccinations available

Bookings not required.

Child Health 0-5yr Clinic

Our midwives are onsite Wednesdays weekly 9.00am – 4.00pm and provide a quality child health service to help with any queries you may have. Weighing, baby health and children’s milestones and much more.

Booking required – 3412 3182

Rainbow Connection Choir

Our choir is uplifting and can blast out a power ballad, They all come together.

Thursdays 9.00am-12.00pm to sing out some tunes that are for young and old.

$3.00 + club membership

Craft Group

Craft is for all that enjoy anything crafty, we have scrapbooking, colouring, knitting, crocheting and so much more. Join the crafters with cake and coffee on Wednesdays.

9.00am-12.00pm $3.00 + club membership.

Grow Group

Grow is friendly group that comes together to help like-minded people who may be struggling with any mental health issues.
Tuesdays 11.00am-1.00pm

Youth Management Teams (YMT)

PCYC Queensland Youth Management Teams (YMT) are a social and leadership development group for high school aged young people who wish to improve their leadership skills and to give back to and connect with their communities. YMTs meet regularly within the clubs, volunteer their time and establish and drive their own projects within the community.

CHAMP

CHAMP (Channeling Healthy Aggression Mentoring Project) is a boxing program which pairs young offenders with a positive mentor from their local community. Mentoring is used to foster personal growth, break down barriers and reduce criminality and risk factors for recidivism.

Deep Blue Line

Deep Blue Line is a police mentoring program which aims at enhancing young people’s positive sense of self, boost self-esteem, provide a variety of positive life experiences, encourage goal setting behaviours and expose participants to healthy role models. The program is gender specific and can be adapted to cater for young males or females as a small group of up to 10 participants and two facilitators. Weekly sessions deliver life-skills based sessions and interactions with mentors based around the key learning areas of communication, wellbeing and positive futures.

TEAM UP

TEAM UP is a social skills program that aims to help students re-engage at school, or develop in a positive direction, by focusing on leadership qualities. TEAM UP contains a variety of practical activities designed to build crucial life skills, with the weekly program including activities that aim to build resilience, emotional intelligence, conflict resolution, social competencies and skills around communication, patience, assertiveness and problem solving.

The team building exercises create a strong team mentality between all members and they learn to work together and focus on perseverance, goal setting and achievement, priority setting, decision-making and consequences. A strong outcome of the program is teaching young people how to resolve issues without resorting to violence and intimidation.

Rider's Club

Rider’s Club is an 8 week positive reward program designed and delivered with local high schools. The program rewards students who have behaved throughout the week with a 1.5 hr. trip to a skate park of their choice.

True Colours

A fortnightly support program run at Headspace Meadowbrook that supports young people who identify as LGBTIQPA+.

Bike Safety Program

A program delivered to the grade 5 cohort in one term teaching bike safety at our very own traffic school at Crestmead Park.

Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

PCYC is Queensland’s largest provider of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, a multi-stage self-development program available to young people ages 14 to 25 that encourages them to set their own goals and challenges, work towards achieving them, and then be recognised at the end for sustaining the commitment they have made.

Rock and Water

Rock and Water is a program which aims at enhancing young people’s positive sense of self, boost self-esteem, provide a variety of positive life experiences, encourage goal setting behaviours.

The Rock and Water Program, offers educators a new way to interact with students through physical/social teaching. Physical exercises are constantly linked with mental and social skills. The  program leads from games, simple self defence, boundary and communication exercises to a strong notion of self-confidence. The program offers a framework of exercises and ideas about how to assist boys and girls to become aware of purpose and motivation in their life.

Pop Up Class

A pop up class is a weekly education class for young people who are not currently earning or learning, and features students completing tasks on tablets featuring the Basic Key Skills Builder (BKSB). At the end of each term the re-engagement team would assist participants enrol in alternative education, further training, or employment opportunities.

Love Bites

Love Bites is an extremely successful school-based Domestic and Family Violence and Sexual Assault prevention program created by NAPCAN. Love Bites is based on best practice standards for education programs as recommended by the Federal Government funded Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearing House and other leading academics in the area of violence against women.

RUBY (Rise Up, Be Yourself)

RUBY (Rise Up, Be Yourself) is a free physical fitness program for women who are, have been, or likely to be experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV).

Held weekly at a number of PCYCs across Queensland, RUBY is designed to empower women by building physical strength and contributing to general well-being, emotional resilience, self-esteem and confidence through physical exercise in a violence free and safe environment. The unique program gives participants a different outlet and tools to combat the DFV cycle by fostering connected relationships with other women in a safe, group environment. Sessions are facilitated by a qualified, female PT and a female member of the QPS attends and participates.

RUBY can be a conduit for the needs of the women, and help to create a culture of change and facilitate them to a place of survivorship. It can link participants into existing local services for support, information, referrals and resources and the partnership with the QPS ensures that positive relationships are formed with participants, and direct support is provided.

Contact:
[email protected]
0409 428 750