On May 16 the PCYC Shoalhaven received keys for a new bus.
South Coast MP Shelley Hancock, handed over the keys for the 12-seat vehicle which will improve community outreach for the PCYC.
The new bus will be used for the Fit for Life program and excursions..
In the program young people identified as "at risk" are picked up from home each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The children are driven to the PCYC to train alongside police officers, staff, community leaders, mentors and volunteers, before having a healthy breakfast and being driven to school.
Fit for Life encourages young people to get active, develop new relationships and attend school.
Commander youth and crime prevention, Mark Wall, was pleased with the new vehicle.
"The new bus will help kids who are not engaged with school or the community to receive gainful employment and divert them away from the criminal justice system," Commander Wall said.