Overflow foundation works with young people up to the age of 25 who may need help in the area of:


We don’t judge, we understand, we listen, and we don’t give up on you.  No matter where you are at in your stage of substance use, we can help. Have you tried to make changes to your substance use and had little to no success? Not sure if you want or need help, that’s ok. We provide information, hands on practical help, strategies, and tailor an individual plan that is effective for you.  


Feeling anxious, depressed, lonely, or other feelings and thoughts that bring you down, we can help.  

We help to develop a plan to improve your mental health and provide tools that you can use every day.


Homeless, couch surfing, living in an undesirable housing situation, we can help.  We work tirelessly to help you secure housing as soon as possible.  We provide information, referral to housing providers, source funds and household items, and practical help.  


Struggling to not break the law, in trouble with police, we can help? We identify and address the root cause of the offending so you don’t have to offend anymore.  We work closely with youth justice and police, probation and parole, and detention centres if your offending has led to contact with these agencies. We help you to work with these agencies so you get positive outcomes.


Experiencing relationship difficulties with people who are important to you, we can help.  

Disconnected from your family and friends, we seek to help you restore these relationships so you have the support you need to succeed now and in the future.  

and Education

Struggling to attend or participate in school, find or keep a job, we can help.  

We work closely with you and your education provider to address barriers to learning.  

We help you to find and keep employment.  


If you have court or legal matters, we can help you to access free legal advice and representation.  

We work closely with you and your legal team to help you deal with your legal matters

and Wellbeing

Feeling unsafe, or a victim of domestic and family violence, we can help.  

Your safety is paramount so we do all we can to help you to be safe. We can help you escape violence from a partner or family and get to a place of safety. We help you to get the resources you need to stay safe.  

We provide information and referral to services that can assist you with your safety and wellbeing.