YETI is proud to host the Coordinators for the Coordinated Care for Vulnerable Young People (CCYP) and the Multiagency Collaborative Panel (MACP).
Partnerships are valuable to YETI because they allow us to provide a comprehensive and coordinated approach to supporting young people, helping them to overcome their challenges and build a better future.
YETI values and uses partnerships because they are an effective way to provide a range of services and support to vulnerable young people. There are several reasons why partnerships are valuable to YETI, including:
Improved Access to Resources: Partnerships allow YETI to pool resources with other organisations and agencies, which can increase the range and quality of services and support we offer to young people.
Increased Effectiveness: By working with partners, YETI can leverage the expertise, skills, and resources of other organisations and agencies to achieve better outcomes for young people.
Increased Reach: Partnerships can help YETI streamline its reach to more young people, especially those in remote area communities, by providing access to a wider referral network of services and support.
Improved Coordination: Partnerships allow YETI to better coordinate our services with other organisations and agencies, reducing duplication, increasing efficiency, and improving the overall quality of services and support.
Commitment: Partnerships demonstrate our commitment to working collaboratively with other organisations and agencies to achieve goals and to provide the best possible services and support to young people.
We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their ancestors, their spirits, and their continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities. YETI recognises the sovereignty of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples has never been ceded and strongly believes Voice, Truth and Treaty are necessary to heal from the injustices of colonisation.