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Kurbingui Youth Development Association (KYDA)

 

Description

Kurbingui Youth Development Association (KYDA) mission is to address the disadvantage and poverty experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous young people through the provision of programs and services designed to alleviate isolation, poverty, discrimination and unemployment.

They offer a range of training, employment and family programs.

KYDA employs an alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs project worker to address alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug issues through its Yeaca Dhargo Family Project.

The word 'kurbingui' from the Turrabul language means 'the transition from boy to man'.

Contacts

Kurbingui Youth Development Association (KYDA)
425 Zillmere Road
PO Box 163
Zillmere Qld 4034
Ph: (07) 3156 4800
Fax: (07) 3265 3263
Email: admin@kurbingui.org.au

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Last updated: 26 August 2016
 
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