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Linking youth and families together (LYFT)

 

Overview

Linking youth and families together (LYFT) is a program that is designed to address a key initiative of the Victorian alcohol action plan 2008 - 2013. The program is run by Anglicare Victoria, and provides family therapeutic interventions for young people with problematic alcohol use in the Eastern, Southern and Gippsland regions of Victoria. LYFT assists young people aged 12 to 21 and their families, to address difficulties associated with alcohol use by providing a flexible approach tailored to the family's needs. The services include:

Abstract adapted from Anglicare Victoria

Contacts

Anglicare Victoria
162 Commercial Road
Morwell Vic 3840
Ph: 1800 809 722

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Last updated: 27 February 2014
 
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