Re-Engaging Youth

The Mish

The Mish is a program based service, located at 48 Frederick Street, Launceston and is aimed towards helping young males and females between the ages of 13-25 years. Participants have access to mentoring support along with an array of activities and programs including hospitality, multimedia training, music, art and SMART Recovery.

Cape Hope Foundation and Tasmanian Community Fund made significant financial contributions to make The Mish a reality.

The launch of IT IGNITE Multimedia Program was funded by MyState Foundation and the launch of SMART Recovery was supported by Future2 Foundation.

Entry to the service is via referral.

The Mish also offers young people School Holiday Activities which can include movie trips and laser tag. These activities are assisted by a grant from Cape Hope Foundation.

Do you need assistance? Find out more here.

The Mish

Youth Mentoring

Youth Mentoring takes place across Northern Tasmania and aims to help young people to understand the reality of their behaviours and daily decisions and equip them to make positive choices.

Mentors aim to help young people identify personal and life-stage goals and support them in ways that will allow them to achieve these goals. This may be to return to mainstream education or pursue a specific career path.

Do you need assistance? Find out more here.

Youth Mentoring

How Can You Help?

Volunteer

Volunteering with us can be very rewarding plus you get to support your local community. There are many roles available to assist in delivering our core services across Northern Tasmania. 

Volunteer

Financial Giving

Every dollar given is directed towards our services. You can make a donation at any time online, in person or via post. Regular giving is easy with Mission360 where you can ‘set and forget’ your monthly or quarterly pledge.

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Other Donations

Recycle your unwanted and reusable goods by donating them to our Mission Shops and other social enterprises. All profits made through our shops are redirected into maintaining and growing our client services.

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