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Findings into family conflicts with young people at risk of homelessness

The Institute of Child Protection Studies (ICPS) has released research into the risk factors for family conflict and breakdown that may lead to young people experiencing homelessness, as well as protective factors. The research found acute and chronic characterisations of family conflict, both common to families with young people at risk of homelessness. Participants experienced reaching a ‘tipping point’ at which homelessness became a more attractive living option than family dysfunction and conflict. Read more in the ICPS research update.

It’s your choice – this way or that?

It is completely legitimate for discussion and debate to occur about the best approaches that should be taken to youth…

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Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced. The first…

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Get COVID ready this holiday season

With Premier Palaszczuk having announced last week that the fourth Omicron wave has hit the State, PeakCare urges all service…

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It’s your choice – this way or that?

It is completely legitimate for discussion and debate to occur about the best approaches that should be taken to youth…

Read More

Release Of PeakCare’s Annual Report For 2021-22

PeakCare is pleased to release our Annual Report for 2021-22. Two versions of the report have been produced. The first…

Read More

Get COVID ready this holiday season

With Premier Palaszczuk having announced last week that the fourth Omicron wave has hit the State, PeakCare urges all service…

Read More