Monash Youth Services and Wavecare at Euneva

Euneva MYS chill space

Monash Youth Services and Wavecare are moving to a central co-located space on level one of the Euneva car park building at 2 Euneva Avenue, to create a central point for these important services in the heart of Glen Waverley.

With Link Health and Community operating from the ground floor of Euneva, this change creates a health hub for people seeking these services, improving accessibility and convenience for those wanting to use their services.

Level one of the Euneva car park building will be refurbished to create a purpose-built space for both services at a cost of $2.8M with the works funded by the sale of 155 Coleman Parade, Glen Waverley (the current location of Wavecare) and 14 Bogong Avenue, Glen Waverley (the current location of Monash Youth Services).

Neither building can cater any longer for the increase in participants for their programs at their current locations and Council wants the Monash Youth Services space to be a welcome and engaging one for young people. 

The new home for MYS will include a chill space, an outdoor terrace, kitchen, office space and private support and consulting rooms. Consultation has taken place with young people users of Wavecare, Link Health and Community and the Glen Waverley Traders Association.

Following a tender process, Council has awarded construction of the new Monash Youth Services and Wavecare space to Capabuild Pty Ltd.

Work on the co-located space starts in mid-June 2019 and is expected to be completed by November 2019.

You can read more in our Council report Euneva Car Park Community Infrastructure Project (pdf, 165KB)

To find out more contact Chris.Thompson@monash.vic.gov.au or call 9518 3562.

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Last updated: 23 October 2019