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Date posted: 19 April 2012
A Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network-run program was a recent finalist in New South Wales' 2012 Aboriginal Health Awards.
The Aboriginal youth health access program was a program initially run as a trial in Frank Baxter JJC and Kariong Juvenile Detention Centres in New South Wales. It focused on raising the awareness of young Aboriginal people about community health services, including community mental health and related support services.
The program specifically aimed to develop the health knowledge of Aboriginal inmates aged 15-21 years.
Source: 2012 New South Wales Aboriginal Health Awards
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network
PO Box 150
Matraville NSW 2036
Ph: (02) 9700 3000
Fax: (02) 9700 3493