'No Wrong Door' Practice Principles

Young People’s Charter of Practice Principles

10,000-11,000 young people in the Frankston Mornington Peninsula area are estimated to be at-risk or highly vulnerable. Further, early school leaving rates across the two catchments are higher than the state average. In response to these issues, the Youth Wellbeing and Stakeholder Advisory Group (YWSAG) have established the Frankston Mornington Peninsula Young People’s Charter of Practice Principles (the Charter).

The Charter consists of seven shared principles aimed to help build a shared practice culture between local services and schools to help young vulnerable people in our area get their learning, health and wellbeing needs met.

The principles are grounded in current legal, policy and practice frameworks in the health, community service and education sectors. They are needed to stop vulnerable young people falling through the cracks.

To access the Charter click here.

Commitment to the Practice Principles

You can become a signatory to the Young People's Charter of Practice Principles. Services and schools canmake a commitment to build a shared practice culture to help vulnerable young people in our area get their learning, health and wellbeing needs met. Services and schools who believe in the Charter principles and who are prepared to commit to its aims are invited to formally sign up to it here.

The Opportunity

The Peninsula Model is pleased to present a structured workshop program tailored to improve the learning, health and wellbeing outcomes for young people in the Frankston / Mornington Peninsula area. Services and schools have the opportunity to participate in a wave of workshops designed to support the practical implementation on the Charter principles.

Workshop details are outlined below:

Tuesday 2 August
9:30am – 1:00pm
Tuesday 11 October
9:30am – 1:00pm
Tuesday 6 December
9:30am – 1:00pm


The workshops will focus on practical ways to implement the Charter, and provide an opportunity to learn from experts and peers. Please note that participants attend all three workshops.

The workshops will apply the ‘Team Around the Learner’ model and explore:

  • Cross-sectoral communication & feedback
  • Sharing information
  • Shared care.

Get Involved

See the attached flyer for further information about the program and the proposed benefits to your service or school. To register for this wave of workshops please visit https://peninsula-model.eventbrite.com.au

Further Information

If you have any questions or concerns about participating in the wave of workshops, please contact Ryan Peace, Service Coordination Project Officer, Frankston Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership at rpeace@phcn.vic.gov.au or contact T: 9788 1544.