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1/69 King Street, Caboolture QLD, Australia

Welcome to Intercept at  Caboolture. Intercept is a not-for-profit community organisation that provides early intervention and prevention services for young people and their families in the Moreton Bay region.

Whether you are having trouble at school, coping with homelessness, living independently, want to access education options or deal with mental health or disability we are there for you.

Intercept deliverers targeted support programs, unique to young people and their families’ individual circumstances, that support them to achieve their goals/improve quality of life.

Support for youth and their families

Intercept helps young people aged 10-25, as well as their families, access support to achieve their goals brings about lasting change. We can meet with you in a variety of places—at school, in the community or at your family home. Our teams cover family support, early intervention youth homelessness program, mental health outreach support, disability services, support services for young people in care, alternative education and training, and high school-based youth support. To view and complete our intake referral form, please click the button below.

Support for youth and their families

Our services

School based youth support

School life can be complicated. Our team of school based Youth Support Coordinators work with you if you are likely to disengage or have recently disengaged from education. We can support you to continue in education or assist you in deciding whether work or training outside of school is more for you.

Youth Mental Health and Disabilities Support

This program is designed to help young people 10-25 with NDIS plans to achieve their goals through mentoring and group programs. We can specifically tailor a plan to give you what you need – we understand that first and foremost you are a young person with dreams, goals and ambitions.


Is a voluntary counselling and intervention support program for young people on orders within the Department of Child Safety within the Morayfield and Caboolture areas. Transitions assists in promoting young people’s safety, stability, and emotional wellbeing, improve their level of engagement with family, work, education and the community, and demonstrate improved quality of life.


Provides outreach mental health support services to young people aged 12-25 diagnosed with, or at risk of, a moderate to severe mental health concerns. Delivered with Redcliffe Area Youth Space, funded by Brisbane North PHN.


We offer counselling, mediation and general support to young people between the ages of 12 and 18 who are at risk of becoming homeless, or who are already couch surfing or sleeping rough. We can help with free confidential support to the young person and their external support system to deal with conflict, find accommodation, stay in school or link in with employment or training options – depending on each individual set of circumstances.

Empowering Family Connections

A six to 12 month consistent and responsive case management service offered to vulnerable children and young people aged 10 to 18 and their families. We work with each family to improve the wellbeing and safety of children, support to strengthen family connections, and develop targeted and purposeful individual support plans to assist young people and families to achieve client- related goals.

Youth Justice Education Training

Our team at Intercept are here to support young people get back on their feet; Education is a foundation that can help. YJET supports young people aged 14-16 improve their literacy and numeracy in a flexible, supportive, and youth-friendly environment, with a focus on becoming job-ready or reintegrating back into mainstream schooling. Referrals are accepted from Caboolture Youth Justice or one of these four high schools: Morayfield SHS, Caboolture SHS, Tullawong SHS, or Beerwah SHS.

Specialised Multi Agency Response Team (SMART)

A panel comprised of members from key government departments and non-government agencies that provides a collaborative service response to young people who have come into contact with the court and have a high risk of reoffending. The aim is to reduce the risk of reoffending by providing a coordinated care response across the service system.

Book a consultation

Young people may refer themselves or be referred by their school, other community organisations and government departments. Families may also contact our services to seek information or assistance. Some eligibility criteria may apply. Referrals for the Youth Justice Education Training must come from Caboolture Youth Justice or one of these four high schools: Morayfield SHS, Caboolture SHS, Tullawong SHS, or Beerwah SHS.

Helpful downloads

Youth and Family Brochure pdf 1.64 MB
Intercept Brochure pdf 220.69 KB

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