The City of Wagga is committed to helping young people to access opportunities and overcome challenges. We directly offer dozens of services, events and programs for young people, as well as working in partnership with a range of youth service providers around he region and other community services in order to improve the quality of life for young people in the Wagga Wagga LGA.

At the bottom of this page you will find a number of services to help you out, including a youth services directory and map, which has been compiled containing further details of additional services and programs for young people across the city. There are also a range of 24 hour crisis telephone numbers. If you are experiencing an emergency however, please call 000. Please note, if you are unsure of where to go or who to call regarding your mental health, please seek assistance from your General Practitioner (Doctor).

For other community services that may be available, please search using the City of Wagga Wagga's online Community Directory below, or you could Ask Izzy:

Ask Izzy

Ask Izzy is a free, anonymous and location-based online directory that will help find food, shelter, health and other critical support services for people who are experiencing homelessness in the community.

Can We Help?

Throughout January 2017, the City of Wagga Wagga developed a community awareness initiative geared at vulnerable young people (with support from Mission Australia). You may notice these eye catching posters on bus shelters across the city, aimed at addressing four critical areas facing our youth today. These include homelessness, mental health, food relief and disability.

They provide young people with easy access to information about a range of community services, community groups and government organisations, who can provide assistance in these four areas.

*Updated on 14th September 2017- Please note: As of 12th September 2017, Wagga Wagga City Council were informed that the contact details for Micah House located on the food services poster have now changed. They have merged with Edel Quinn Shelter and now share the same contact information: (02) 5942 3555*


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This one-day forum will empower YOU to understand and influence local government projects, build relationships with Councillors and Staff and to express YOUR vision for the future of our city.

When:  Wednesday 11 September 2019, 10am to 3pm
Where:  Councillors Meeting Room, Wagga Wagga Civic Centre, cnr Morrow + Baylis sts
Lunch will be provided.

This forum is designed for participants 18 and under.

To register for the Youth Forum, email:

Crisis Services Information

Service Name Contact NumberDescription
Mental Health Line 1800 011 511 Mental health connection and referral service
Accessline1800 800 944 Telephone and online counselling service for all ages
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 Telephone and online counselling service for those feeling suicidal, carers and those affected by suicide
Parent Line NSW 1300 130 052 Parenting advice and support for parents with children up to 18 years
Link2Home 1800 152 152 Referral and information service relating to housing and homelessness
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800 Counselling service for children and young people
Lifeline 13 11 14 Telephone and online counselling service for all ages
Mensline Australia 1300 789 978 Telephone and online counselling service for men
Domestic Violence Line 1800 656 463  Information service for anyone experiencing domestic violence

Wagga Wagga Child and Youth Services Directory


Child, Youth and Family Services Pg 3 - 27
Youth Mental Health Services Pg 28 - 35
Domestic Violence Services Pg 36 - 40
Youth Disability Services Pg 41 - 50
Home Support and Respite For Carers Pg 51 - 54
Drug and Alcohol Support Services Pg 55 - 56
Education Pg 57 - 101
Employment and Apprenticeship Services Pg 102 -116
Gambling Support Services Pg 117 -119
Accommodation, Housing and Homelessness Services Pg 120 - 127
Sexual Health Crisis and Support Services Pg 128 -132
LGBTQI Services Pg 133 -134
Early Childhood Services Pg 135 - 160
Emergency Relief Pg 161 - 164
Telephone and Online Services Pg 165 - 184
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programs Pg 185 - 195
Legal Services Pg 196 - 198
Migrant and Refugee Services Pg 199 - 206
Recreation and Sports Pg 207 - 241
Food Services and Programs Pg 242 - 244
Medical Pg 245 - 259
Financial Services Pg 260 - 262

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