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category-imageFind out more below about our latest news and upcoming events to raise funds for our youth programs. 


The Fleet Air Arm's support of the SDMF has been present in varying degrees since Sir David Martin died.  In the early days it was due to the respect in which he was held by the Fleet Air Arm as a former Commanding Officer of the aircraft carrier, HMAS Melbourne.  

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Towards the end of 2015, Channel Seven’s Melissa Doyle visited Triple Care Farm to learn about the program and what it means to the young people who turn to the service for help.

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On Thursday 17 December 2015, hundreds of well-wishers joined dozens of young people at Triple Care Farm to celebrate their achievements in transforming their lives. But the day was made extra special by an announcement…    

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Marking the end of 2015, yesterday saw young people who this year challenged their addiction and abuse of drugs and alcohol graduate from Triple Care Farm – an award winning, residential rehabilitation and treatment program.

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We have always known that the holistic rehabilitation offered at Triple Care Farm 'works.' The well measured outcomes during, and 6 months post program have always suggested that young people make real and lasting change to their lives.

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The most remarkable part of the Triple Care Farm journey is the gift young people receive as they regain their sense of self and purpose in life. Where there is purpose, there is hope, and where there is hope, there is life. 

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Throughout the year, Sir David Martin Foundation runs several events to help us raise funds for the youth programs we fund. Check out some of our past and upcoming events below. 

TCF-students-2 thumb2Check out Sir David Martin Foundation's latest news and read some of the stories of the young people you've supported.


 

One in 3 homeless young people say they are homeless because they are unable to afford housing costs or find work...

Homeless youth are much more likely to have alcohol and drug problems, mental illness and trouble with the law...

33% of youth aged 16 and 17 years have tried at least one type of illegal substance including; cannabis, hallucinogens, amphetamines, ecstasy, opiates or cocaine...

Over 100,000 Australians are homeless on any given night, of which at least 44,000 are aged 12 to 25...