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Youth off the streets Aboriginal services



Youth off the streets Aboriginal services aims to improve outcomes for Aboriginal children, young people and their families and communities by offering outreach and early intervention services based on proven models that are culturally appropriate and specifically tailored to meet the needs of the communities in which they operate. Aboriginal services work across the agency ensuring the rights, needs and aspirations of Aboriginal clients are considered in all activities and programs.

The service works in partnership with Aboriginal Elders, local service providers, government departments and community members with the aim of continual and lasting improvement in outcomes for the young people, families and communities involved.

Youth off the streets Aboriginal services' vision is for all communities to work within a spirit of cooperation; accepting diversity, acknowledging strengths and supporting each other.

The early intervention and outreach programs achieve this by focusing on:

Youth off the streets Aboriginal services currently operates three outreach programs in disadvantaged communities; Doonside outreach, Griffith outreach, Narrandera outreach, and Walgett outreach.

Abstract adapted from Youth Off The Streets


Youth Off The Streets
133 O'riordan Street
Mascot NSW 2020
PO Box 6025
Alexandria NSW 2015
Ph: (02) 9330 3500


Last updated: 26 March 2015
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