A summary of programs relevant to young people, 12-18, who are not participating in education or training and who are unemployed. The aim of this document is to give a brief overview of the range of publicly funded youth services that are particularly relevant to young people that are not participating in education, training or work.
For each service listed, brief details are provided on the aims, methods, criteria and funding source. The information here is not exhaustive and is meant only as a quick reference. Readers are invited to seek out further details from the original sources that were used to compile this information (see footnotes).
The services listed here may not be (and probably are not) available in all regions of Queensland. Details of where these services are available can be found from the funding body (listed for each program where possible) or from other sources as listed in the footnotes.
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