The Youth Coalition is regularly engaged in a number of short-term and on-going projects and partnerships; which relate to research, sector development, resources, workforce development, and other activities. The Youth Coalition takes a collaborative approach to all its work, in consulting and engaging with members and stakeholders on policy and advocacy opportunities; and in the development and implementation of sector development.
A systematic and structured approach to service improvement About the Service Improvement Project (SIP) The Service Improvement Project (SIP) offers a systematic, collaborative and structured
RestorationReunificationReconciliation Working to improve family functioning to reduce homelessness The S&CY project works with children and their families to improve parent-child relationship and family functioning
The Youth Coalition is working with two school sites and community programs to progress the CAST initiative, which aims to intervene early to provide coordinated
CNCT has been developed in order for young people to connect with the services they need in the ACT.
Ozchild commissioned the Youth Coalition to develop a program logic, program guidelines and procedures, and a monitoring and evaluation framework for the FFT-CW program, which
The significant impact of COVID-19 upon young people, families and the services that support them led us to conduct a survey with workers and services
Families ACT commissioned the Youth Coalition to undertake an evaluation of the Joint Case Review Program. The evaluation included a process evaluation and preliminary outcome
The Capital Health Network commissioned the Youth Coalition to undertake a feasibility study regarding the establishment of a second headspace centre on the southside of
The Annual Youth Sector Awards, which recognise, celebrate and promote outstanding practice of youth workers and community organisations in the ACT and surrounding area. The
Awareness and social marketing campaigns aimed at addressing young people and the effects of gambling harm have been uncommon in the ACT. The social marketing