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Youth Health services

WSLHD Youth Health services

Youth Health services are funded by NSW Health and are currently provided to young people aged 12-24 years, who are connected to the WSLHD catchment area.

The primary target group for service provision is young people who are marginalised, disadvantaged or at risk, with a particular focus on young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

We take a strengths based, harm minimisation approach that is respectful and supportive of clients taking responsibility for their health care and making decisions accordingly.

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Current patient experience score

      97%

Average score across all recent survey questions
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NEW COVID-19 Community Resources website

With so much COVID-19 information available and advice on restrictions rapidly changing, Western Sydney residents and community organisations have told us it’s hard to know where to find the latest, trustworthy health advice.

In response, the Western Sydney Local Health District’s Centre for Population Health has launched a COVID-19 Community Resources website, so the local community has easy access to credible health and wellbeing information in one spot.

The new website provides direct links to trusted websites including NSW Health, state and federal Governments, as well as to mental health and wellbeing, financial, legal and housing supports during COVID-19.

Visit the site to subscribe to updates and please share the link with your colleagues, friends and family.


All services provided by Youth Health are FREE





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