OzChild pilot program takes off in ACT

News, Prevention & Strengthening | Posted February 10, 2021
OzChild pilot program takes off in ACT

A whole family approach to youth justice aimed at reducing reoffending
has been launched by OzChild in the ACT.

OzChild’s delivery of Functional Family Therapy is set to begin achieving better outcomes for young Canberran’s in the fight to prevent them from entering or becoming further involved the justice system.

The family intervention program has been funded by the ACT Government for six months and was launched in the ACT on Monday 8 February by the Minister for Justice Health and Assistant Minister for Families and Community Services, Emma Davidson.


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