For 18-year-old Tobias (he/they), coming out as transgender nonbinary six years ago has been a “long and hard journey”.
Following the success of the pilot program, MercyCare\'s free 10-week Youth Peer Pathways course will return for a second round in September.
Seven young people have gained valuable insight into youth and community services work thanks to MercyCare’s Youth Peer Pathways program.
MercyCare today launched a new-look website designed to reflect the heart of the vital services provided in the local community.
Giving an old bike a new lease of life has provided a much-needed confidence boost for a group of young MercyCare service users.
MercyCare was recently named a recipient of the highly regarded Community Organisation Award at the Western Australian Multicultural Awards.
Young people who have been through challenging life issues have a unique opportunity to hone their mentoring and peer support skills to help others and form a pathway to a future career.
On 9 January 1846, seven young women left their home in Dublin, Ireland and travelled across the world to Perth, Australia.
The enormous generosity of the MercyCare community has resulted in a Santa’s Workshop overflowing with Christmas goodies for our Community, Family and Children Services clients.
MercyCare received honours at last night’s WA Mental Health Awards, following the launch of the Amber Youth Wellness program earlier this year.
Joining a community sport, belonging to a team, simply picking up a bat and ball can stop young people looking to alcohol and other drugs. This forms the basis for a new Youth Sport Activity ...