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Developing a better understanding of young people accessing Youth AOD treatment services in Victoria ensures the sector is offering young people the best services possible.

Understanding vulnerable young people helps workers create safe and supportive environments for them. This paper helps create understanding for LGBTIQ young people accessing Youth AOD services in Victoria.

Following up the 2015 Youth Needs Census, Queensland share insight into their vulnerable young people accessing youth AOD services.

The Centre for Youth AOD Research and Practice team is made up of dedicated and passionate people who believe in creating a better future for all young people.
The Research team is passionate about supporting vulnerable young people, youth workers and the wider communities that work with young people by offering current and relative research, publications and papers.

In 2015 the Youth AOD sector partook in The Youth Needs Census, offering a unique insight into some of the most vulnerable young people in the state. The data collected from the census has provided workers with insight and an opportunity to advocate on behalf of their clients.

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