Community Information 2

Youth Engagement Series

BASELINE and DPV present the Youth Engagement Series. 

Focusing on Hope

When: 6 weekly meetings from Thursday 22 October, 4pm – 6pm 

Who: Young people aged 12 - 17 years who live the City of Whittlesea 

Cost: Free 

Where: Online (a secure link will be provided on registration) 

To register:



Rainbow Door

Rainbow Door is a free specialist LGBTIQA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Gender Diverse, Intersex, Queer, Asexual, BrotherBoys, SisterGirls) helpline providing information, support, and referral to all LGBTIQA+ Victorians, their friends and family during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. 

Rainbow Door supports people of all ages and identities with issues that may include suicidal thoughts, family and intimate partner violence (including elder abuse), alcohol and other drugs, relationship issues, sexual assault, social isolation, mental health and wellbeing.

Through advice, referral and support from an experienced LGBTIQA+ peer, Rainbow Door will help LGBTIQA+ people navigate the system to access the supports we need. 

Support from Rainbow Door is available via phone call, text or email 7 days a week from 10am – 6pm. 


Phone: 1800 729 367Text: 0480 017 246Email:




Creative Youth Online

Is a FREE, after-school, social art group for young artists aged 10-17 who live or study within the City of Whittlesea. All artforms are supported.  *All activities are supervised by Council’s Youth Services staff.

When: 4-5.30pm each Wednesday in Term 4, beginning 14 October.

Classes will be held online, a secure link will be sent when registered.



Healthier Gaming and Screentime 

Parentzone in partnership with Gamblers Help offer a free online interactive session for parents concerned about children and young people and the impact of screentime and online gaming. 

Wednesday 28 October

For bookings & inquiries contact: ParentZone on 03 8641 8900 or 0458 550 071



Youth Impact Survey

Whittlesea Community Connections are seeking to capture the impact the Covid-19 Pandemic has had for young people across the City of Whittlesea. We are hoping to hear from as many young people and children as possible. With the insight gained from this research WCC can work out how best to respond to young  people’s needs. 

10 – 15 year olds – 

16 – 25 year olds -