Young People in Victorian Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Services: Technical Report

Kutin, J, Bruun, A, Mitchell, P, Daley, K and Best, D 2014, Young People in Victorian Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Services: Technical Report, Youth Support and Advocacy Service, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Young People in Victorian Youth Alcohol and Other Drug Services: Technical Report
Author(s) Kutin, J
Bruun, A
Mitchell, P
Daley, K
Best, D
Year of publication 2014
Publisher Youth Support and Advocacy Service
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Population Trends and Policies
Clinical Social Work Practice
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Abstract/Summary The 'Statewide Youth Needs Census' (SYNC) was a study aimed at identifying the needs and characteristics of 1,000 young people registered as clients of specialist youth AOD treatment services in Victoria in 2013. The study was conducted by YSAS in partnership with Turning Point and Victorian youth alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment services. This report contains a descriptive analysis of the SYNC results and key findings as well as a review of the relevant research.
Commissioning body Youth Support and Advocacy Service
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