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Who can help me? Homeless young people's perceptions of services / Deborah Keys ... [et. al]
Bib ID 3423775
Format BookBook
Description [Melbourne] : Key Centre for Women's Health in Society, University of Melbourne, Center for Community Health, University of California, Los Angeles, 2004 
29 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 073403038X
Notes

Cover title.

Spiral binding.

"A report of selected results from Project i: Homeless young people in Melbourne and Los Angeles (2000-2005)

"Project i"

"Project i is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (United States), Grant number MH61185" -- T.p. verso.

Subjects Homeless youth -- Services for -- Victoria  |  Homeless youth -- Services for -- California
Other authors/contributors Keys, Deborah  |  University of Melbourne. Key Centre for Women's Health in Society  |  University of California, Los Angeles. Center for Community Health
Available From Key Centre for Women's Health in Society, University of Melbourne, VIC 3010 

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