Collaborative effort delivers homelessness prevention to people aged under 16

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Young people and their parents may be experiencing conflict that is magnified by COVID-19 lockdown conditions, but a collaborative program run by Conflict Resolution Service (CRS), Youth Coalition of the ACT, Woden Community Service (WCS), Northside Community Service (NCS) and Marymead is reuniting parents and young people at risk of homelessness.

The Safe and Connected Youth Project is a partnership keeping families connected in a positive and structured way when conflict causes risk of homelessness for young people aged 16 years and under.