Youth and Community

See below our youth and community programs.

Youth and community programs at PCYC Redlands

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.

Contact – Sgt Graham Pearse
[email protected]

Breaking The Cycle

PCYC Braking the Cycle is a volunteer driver mentor program designed to support learner drivers without access to a supervisor or registered vehicle to complete their logbook hours. The aim of the program is to provide young people with increased employment opportunities, community connection and driver education.

Participants are matched with a mentor who will provide encouragement and help young people improve their self-esteem and develop positive road safety attitudes. To be eligible to join Braking the Cycle, participants must have a QLD Learners Licence and 10 logbook hours.

We are currently recruiting both volunteer mentors and participants. If you would like to join the program please email [email protected] or call us on 0472 587 568.

Breakfast of Champions

Breakfast of Champions is all about the community coming together to develop actionable outcomes which everyone is responsible for, and creating a community better for all.

Contact – Sgt. Graham Pearse
[email protected]


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.

Community Work Skills

Community Work Skills offers assistance to disadvantaged Queenslanders to gain nationally recognised skills and qualifications up to a certificate III level through nationally recognised training.
This program is a great opportunity for job seekers needing an extra qualification.