Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 12 April 2018) . . Page.. 1463 ..
• Northside Community Service Limited;
• The Young Women’s Christian Association of Canberra (YWCA); and
• Woden Community Service.
Service delivery models differ across funded providers, in line with the needs of each region. One model focuses entirely on street based youth work by providing opportunities to create community based outreach ‘pop up’ office spaces.
A number of homelessness services offer case management in an outreach capacity specifically to young people. These include:
• Barnardos – Friendly Landlord Service;
• Barnardos – Our Place: Youth Integrated Education and Accommodation Service;
• Barnardos – Youth Identified Accommodation and Support Program (YIASP);
• CatholicCare – Youth Housing Support Service;
• Salvation Army – Youth Emergency Accommodation Network (YEAN);
• St Vincent de Paul – Young Parents Accommodation Support Program; and
• Ted Noffs – “Take Hold” Mentoring and Living Skills Program.
National Multicultural Festival—service of alcohol(Question No 1023)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Regulatory Services, upon notice, on 23 February 2018:
(1) In relation to concerning non-commercial liquor permits in the ACT, is there, or has there been, a ban on non-commercial liquor permits for community groups at festivals and other public events in the ACT, excluding the 2018 National Multicultural Festival; if so, which events are affected and what is the reason for the ban.
(2) What other public events supported by the ACT Government this year and for each year the past five years involve community groups acquiring a non-commercial liquor permit and serving alcohol at the respective event, excluding the National Multicultural Festival.
(3) How many non-commercial liquor permits were granted for each of the events referred to in part (2) for this year and each year the past five years.
Mr Ramsay: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(2) Access Canberra does not record the difference between public events that are supported, or not supported, by Government when issuing a non-commercial liquor permit.
(3) The total number of non-commercial liquor permits for this year and previous five years is as follows:
2017/2018 – 224 (1 July 2017 to 8 March 2018)
2016/2017 – 348