Cherrie Mobile Life-Center , which we will launch in 2016 will be used for youth to do homework every evening and also for mentors and advisors to come and and teach life-skills !
It will have media equipment including computers, screens , gaming consoles and DJ equipment.
Police, Fire and Youth Offending services will be able to make use of the bus as well as people in the community for a rental fee.
youth will be mentored on self control, sexual health, drugs, alcohol,anti-social behaviour, employment, and much more!
The bus will provide facilities so that Cherrie On Top team can work with young people anywhere in the City, with or without a youth center nearby.
This gives the team the ability to respond easily to reports of anti social behaviour. Our programs will work in remote rural areas with vulnerable young people primarily aged between 11-19.