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The legal problems and mental health needs of youth advice service users: the case for advice

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Publication date

Nov 2012

Summary

Youth Access’ previous research has pointed to a potential major role for youth advice services in ameliorating young people’s mental health problems through the provision of social welfare advice. This study set out to investigate whether a robust case can be made for the cost-effectiveness of youth advice, particularly as a mental health intervention.

Subjects

Young People, Economics, Well Being, and Social Policy

Links

http://youthaccess.org.uk/publications/

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