Kempsey PCYC along with seven other clubs in the state are set to be reactivated following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, to provide activities for young people at risk in a safe and healthy environment.
Entry is restricted to staff and program participants with the facilities remaining closed to the public.
The reactivation date has been set for 25 May 2020, with clubs from Albury, Wagga Wagga, Wollongong, Penrith, Auburn, Lake Macquarie and Taree also opening.
The reactivation will see limited services available however it's a massive step towards a full re-open.
11 May also saw PCYC Broken Hill, Dubbo, Orange, City of Sydney, South Sydney, Blacktown and Campbelltown re-open with limited services.
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The NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services, David Elliott, welcomed their return, praising the role PCYC clubs play in supporting vulnerable and at-risk youth.
"Many in our community have been doing it tough under the COVID-19 restrictions so I'm overjoyed that this important support is once again available," he said.
PCYC activities were suspended on 23 March 2020 following the shutdown of all non-essential services.
"While it was necessary for PCYC clubs to close during this unprecedented pandemic threat, it's timely for their good work to resume in a safe and carefully managed way," Mr Elliott said.
"This government is committed to supporting the community through the COVID-19 pandemic."
PCYC NSW chief executive officer Dominic Teakle said hygiene and social distancing processes have been implemented to allow young people back to the PCYC clubs that have been re-opened as well as those that are about to be.
"The safety and wellbeing of members and staff is our primary concern, but I am confident that our clubs are well prepared and able to adhere to current hygiene, social distancing and mass gathering requirements," he said.