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Youth Advocacy Centre
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30 Wolverhampton St. Wilston. Brisbane, QLD, 4051.
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AC offers release legal services, youth urge and family support assistance and services to young people generally 10 to 18 years (inclusive) particularly those who are involved in, or are at risk of involvement in, the youth justice ardor the kid concern systems, ardor are homeless or at risk of homelessness and live in or around the greater Brisbane region. (See individual programs for specific age focus and geographical coverage suitable to each program.). Being the victim of a crime (including abuse). AC also helps to join young people up with other services in the community that can help them where appropriate. Donate legal advice on a range of matters which affect young people. Go to court with young people Children’s Court (criminal and child care matters) and sometimes higher courts in relation to criminal matters. The Youth Encourage Recommend (BSA) can yield young people with information, advice, referral and support and advocacy and in special can: Aid young people who are homeless or risk of homelessness with housing support, education and income hassles. Urge young people at court (both children and lofty courts, tribunals and hearings), including writing a report for the court where appropriate. Yield outreach encourage including visiting young people in detention (including transition encourage to young people exiting detention). Transitional support, advocacy and attainable assistance to young people within, and leaving, the child concern and youth justice systems. The Family Encourage Advocate (BSA) can bear information, advice, referral and encourage and advocacy for young people and their families and in exceptional can: Support on behalf of individual young people within their families as well as in relation to court and schools, especially suspension and exclusion matters. Undertake individual and family counseling. Bear court encourage for young people and their families in relation to youth justice matters, including writing a report for the court where appropriate. Labor on family relationships and the young person’s issues within and external to their family (The Three Rs Rebuild, Relationships, Respect). Conform with their bail conditions, in special through accessing services or programs suitable to their needs and involvement in positive activities and engagement with school, training or employment. They can also help families and carers with whom the young person is living to promote the placement. Lectures, workshops and papers on request in relation to young people and the law. In conjunction with the Youth Urge Advocate, possible workshops for those who work with young people on legal issues pertinent to young people and how the law impacts on their work and decision making as workers with young people Laying Down the Law. Information sheets from to aid workers working with young people better understand key legal issues. As well as advocating in individual cases, AC also supports the development of a social and legal system that is more responsive and appropriate to the needs of children and young people and which takes account of their developmental and situational issues and Australia’s international obligations.

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