The headspace Service Innovation Project aimed to identify, develop and trial innovative approaches to ensure that headspace centres are informed by the best current evidence and resources that support improving the quality and effectiveness of services to young people. Component 2 – Social Inclusion Model Development Study - involved examining the facilitators and barriers for young people accessing and engaging with headspace services from specific population groups with high levels of need but who are less likely to access mental health services – specifically young people who are: young males; lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, intersex, or questioning their sexuality or gender; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; have co-morbid mental health and alcohol and other drug problems; or are homeless.
|Number of pages||164|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2015|
RICKWOOD, D., Telford, N. R., MAZZER, K., Anile, G., THOMAS, K., Parker, A. G., Rice, S. M., Brown, A., & Soong, P. (2015). Service Innovation Project Component 2: Social Inclusion Model Development Study. Headspace. https://headspace.org.au/assets/Uploads/Corporate/Publications-and-research/HSP201-Service-Innovation-Part-2-FA-LR.pdf