Care for traumatised children and young people through our foster, kinship and residential care services.
Our Take Two intensive therapeutic program, counselling and outdoor adventure programs.
Our School, Education Model and RTO training enhance children and young people’s capacity to achieve.
Our family violence and support services help vulnerable women and children and strengthen families.
Advocacy and knowledge development so that all children can have a good childhood.
Open Place and our Heritage service supports adults who grew up in Victorian children’s institutions.
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Michael Perusco, Chief Executive Officer of Berry Street, is pleased to announce that the Berry Street Board has made the decision to join the National Redress Scheme.
On 4 May 2018, we published this photograph. The photo is of one of the members of the South Sudanese community, Elizabeth Abuoi, and her son.
Thousands of children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds across Victoria received a special surprise on Christmas day, thanks to over 10,000 gifts donated to Berry Street through the A
Berry Street commends the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, which concluded today, for the way they have without fear or favour exposed the depth and extent of ch