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Whitney & Kaija's story - Brisbane Youth Outreach Service

25 April 2014

The Salvation Army's YOS (Youth Outreach Service) in Brisbane runs an alternative education service.

YOS provides a supportive and encouraging environment for young people, like Whitney and Kaija, who have become disengaged from mainstream schooling. Cathy McGuane, from not for profit health fund TUH, shares why her organisation supports YOS, and personally finds the experience to be very humbling.

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