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.
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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The Statewide Youth Needs Census (SYNC) identified the needs and characteristics of young people registered as clients of specialist youth AOD treatment services in Victoria. The study was conducted by YSAS in partnership with Turning Point and Victorian youth alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment services.