Keny Moort Program
The Keny Moort program supports young people (aged 12 – 24) in the City of Swan area who have had contact with police, court or the youth justice system.
The program assists young people to overcome challenges related to offending behaviours and supports them to develop strategies that can help them to build a brighter future. This can include connecting with a range of services, such as mentoring, training and education opportunities.
The program also provides Drop In Hubs at Karlup and Swan City Youth Service (SCYS) and access to specialised programs including:
This program supports people over 15 years of age to obtain their Learners Permit and learn about safe driving. On successful completion of the Keys 4 Life training, those who have obtained their learners permit may be eligible for up to 5 free driving lessons, subject to availability.
These courses give young people the skills and confidence in reading, writing and maths so they can enrol in further education or trade certificates. The Certificate II in General Education is equivalent to Year 10 for the purposes of applying for a TAFE course.
This prevention and early intervention initiative supports young people and families who may be experiencing or perpetrating family violence.
To be eligible for support from the program, the person must be;
- 12 to 24 years of age.
- at high risk of becoming entrenched in the criminal justice system; or.
- currently involved or known to police/ youth justice, including young people who have orders in place.
- living within City of Swan area, or within the Midland Policing District.
Keny Moort is a partnership between Rise, Indigo Junction and Swan City Youth Service (SCYS).