we do

We’re committed to the transformation of our community, bringing locals together to support and empower the young people of the Mornington Peninsula.

Located in the old army barracks in Mount Martha, Fusion Mornington Peninsula provides services and programs for young people, built on the belief that all people have a fundamental need for community and purpose.


On the Mornington Peninsula, our team is committed to mentoring and encouraging young people to step beyond what they know of themselves, to achieve their full potential and find their purpose in life.

The team of highly qualified and passionate youth workers is continually developing and evolving our range of programs to stay ahead of the issues impacting our young people and communities.

and support

Fusion’s Housing Support Program provides accommodation and support for young people experiencing homelessness between the ages of fifteen and twenty-one.

Operating from the philosophy that every person has a fundamental need for community and purpose, we’re committed to connecting our residents with the local community and engaging them with their own internal narrative, sense of belonging and achievement.


It Takes a Village to raise a child and we’re committed to creating that village for young families experiencing homelessness on the Mornington Peninsula.

Intentionally designed for community living, featuring six villas, a communal kitchen and activities space, lead-tenant house, sensory garden and play spaces, the Fusion Village will be situated on the existing land at the Fusion base in Mornington.


We believe that with the support of a community, families can be places of nurture, encouragement, and growth for the next generation. We’re committed to empowering and supporting parents and carers by bringing together a village of support around them.

Op shops

At Fusion Mornington Peninsula we’re passionate about engaging the local community in the support of young people and families. Our two Op Shops provide locals with a practical way to be part of the story, whether by making a purchase, donating goods or even by volunteering.




Fusion Mornington Peninsula offers Family casework for young families under 25 experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

Mentoring is available to any parent/caregiver post-participation in the Families course. It offers a 6-week opportunity to meet with a mentor for an hour a week to look more closely at the topics from the Families Course.



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