Youth Services Directory

Adolescence is a difficult time for our youth as they find themselves confronted by a variety of lifestyle challenges- and choosing the correct path can often be hard.

 

The AMA (WA) understands these issues and is committed to improving awareness amongst medical professionals of the variety of services available to help youth through their challenging times.

 

The AMA (WA) Foundation has developed and compiled a Youth Services Directory to assist WA’s Youth Friendly Doctors who have been trained by the Association.

 

The Directory enables doctors and youth service providers to quickly locate youth services throughout Western Australia. Please note – some services may require a referral.

 

View the latest Youth Services Directory here.

 

For more information please contact yfd@amawa.com.au

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