Joint Tenancy Assistance Program
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(Fairness) This workshop was facilitated by Bronwyn Manion, Juvenile Justice NSW, and Bron Parker, CatholicCare....
(Fairness) This workshop was facilitated by Bronwyn Manion, Juvenile Justice NSW, and Bron Parker, CatholicCare.
In late 1997 a Joint Tenancy Assistance Program (JTAP) for young people experiencing homelessness with complex needs who are in contact with the juvenile justice system was established. The program began out of a partnership between Juvenile Justice, Housing NSW, Bridge Housing and CatholicCare. This partnership commitment has maintained for the past 14 years.
In June 2009, a review report was released on the program and the results, particularly the approaches were found to be supportive of young people's resilience.
This presentation covers the conclusions from the report and the program's design.
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