The Assertive Outreach – Missing Young People project helped locate and support 20 ‘missing’ young people.
The Assertive Outreach project aims to have better understanding of those at risk to be able to reduce the number of missing reports, the duration of the time missing and reduce the risk of harm.
The Assertive Outreach – Missing Young People project involved youth workers engaging young people and being available to locate them before they are officially reported missing. The programme was able to locate and support 20 ‘missing’ young people.
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