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Title: Evaluation of the youth wellbeing program in the Central Desert region of the Northern Territory. Report
Alternative Title: Department of Health and Ageing: Youth wellbeing program evaluation - Report
Alternative Title: Department of Health and Ageing: Youth wellbeing program evaluation - Report
Publication location: Leichhardt
Publisher: Cultural & Indigenous Research Centre Australia
Notes: At head of title: Department of Health and Ageing
Description / Abstract: The goals of the Youth Wellbeing Program focus on reducing the incidence of petrol sniffing by enhancing community capacity and increasing opportunities for young people. There are three key areas that were assessed as part of this evaluation of the Youth Wellbeing Program, including the appropriateness, effectiveness and overall efficiency of the program. The research was conducted during a time of considerable change within Central Australia, as the Australian Government had commenced the Emergency Intervention. While stakeholders were very willing to participate in the research, these changes had an impact on timing, as site visits were delayed due to the intervention.
Physical Description: 30 pages : colour illustration, tables ; 30 cm.
Language: English
Subject: Petrol sniffing
Drug abuse
Aboriginal Australians
Community support
CAYLUS
Governance
Subject Location: Central Australia
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/287826
Access: Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
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