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Queensland Youth can ’like’ us on Facebook

Young Queenslanders under 25 years can join our online community of interest and have their say about issues that are important to them on the new Queensland Youth Facebook page.

Resources for youth support services

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.

Youth online

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.

  • Queensland Youth Strategy

    This strategy will create opportunities for young people to participate in decision-making that will affect their lives now and into the future.

  • Youth support services

    Youth support funded providers help young people to connect to positive family support, get a job or engage in training or education, lead a healthy and violence-free life, and have a safe, stable place to live.

  • Youth Housing and Reintegration Service (YHARS) and After Care

    The Youth Housing and Reintegration Service including After Care Service (YHARS) provides brokerage services and a coordinated and integrated case management response to the complex needs of young people aged 12-21 years who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness.

  • Youth contacts

    Central and regional office youth contacts.

Find more services

To assist young Queenslanders to access information about government-supported services and activities, the following services can now be accessed from the Queensland Government website at



Is your feedback

Please submit your comments on the department's Compliments and Complaints section.

Please submit your comments on the Queensland Government website Contacts form.