The Practice Guide for Youth Support Services and Youth Wellbeing Assessment: Common Assessment Tool have been developed as part of our renewal of youth services. These resources are provided to assist youth support workers and their organisations to effectively engage and work with vulnerable young people.
Do you have a great idea for a National Youth Week 2015 event? Applications for grants to run activities and events to celebrate the week are now open.
Six Queensland Youth Strategy Ambassadors have been chosen to champion the strategy's six areas of connection and be positive role models for their peers, families and communities.
Every area of a young person’s life is connected. The Queensland Youth Strategy aims to provide connections for young people and guide the development and coordination of activities and services for young people aged 12 to 21 years.
The Queensland Government provides a range of information and services for young people. Find out more about education, life skills, health, family support, sport and recreation programs, as well as how to get involved and have your say.
The initiative sees government agencies working with community organisations and local councils to help minimise potential impacts of Schoolies on local communities.
The Queensland Youth Strategy provides young Queenslanders with the connections and support they need to reach their potential. Six Queensland Youth Strategy Ambassadors have been chosen to champion the strategy’s six areas of connection and be positive role models for their peers, families and communities.
We are renewing youth support services so that young Queenslanders receive top-quality support and assistance that makes a real difference to their lives. Resources are available to assist youth support workers and their organisations deliver these services.
Youth Week is a special celebration for Queensland young people aged 12 to 25 to showcase their talents, exchange ideas, attend live events and discuss issues that affect them.
Schoolies is the phenomenon in which school leavers from around Australia choose to book their end-of-year holiday in Queensland destinations such as Airlie Beach, Yeppoon and the Gold Coast.
Bringing together young Indigenous people (18-25 years old) from across Queensland to learn about leadership, develop networks, discuss community issues and gain business knowledge.
A program that involves young people aged between 15 and 25 from the 89 electorates in Queensland who are keen to make a difference in their communities.
Updates to the Youth Support Coordinator Initiative
The Youth Housing and Reintegration Service is aimed at assisting young poeple aged 12 to 21 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. The After Care Service is available throughout Queensland for young people aged 17 to 21 who are leaving or have left state care.
Features of the Youth At Risk initaitive and past programs to be merged. Program guidelines and protocals also available.
Central and regional office youth contacts.