Catching young people before they fall

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outh Connections helped thousands of disengaged young people reconnect with community, education and employment before it was axed by the federal government in 2014. Tracey Fenton explains why it is so crucial to fund new case management programs for disengaged young people
in Victoria, before they fall beyond reach of learning or earning.

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