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Responding to serious and complex mental health problems in youth: The role of an interagency forum

Lee, Erica, Dillon, Alana, Dorries, Valda, Beech, Michael, McDermott, Brett,

Academic Literature

2004

This article seeks to review the origins, processes, clientele and outcomes of a child and youth interagency forum,

Forum clients were predominantly boys aged 12 years, with an overrepresentation of indigenous and intellectually disabled children. Few lived with biological parents, and on average had experienced five schools, 11 or more residential placements and were involved with six agencies.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Australasian Psychiatry

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation

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