About

No Wrong Door is an initiative supporting young people (aged 10 to 25 years) to help them find the support that they require. Young people find it difficult to navigate the service system, and continually have to re-tell their story. No Wrong Door aims to keep young people at the heart of service delivery. It is based on the premise that every door in the service system should be the right door. No Wrong Door services and schools commit to actively engaging young people, ensuring that each young person receives appropriate and adequate support for their needs, regardless of whatever door or service they walk through.

No Wrong Door is a commitment to working collaboratively in innovative ways to achieve the best possible outcomes for young people in the Outer East. While No Wrong Door applies to all young people (aged 10 to 25), the model is particularly advantageous in supporting vulnerable young people.

Service professionals share about No Wrong Door

A3 'Looking for help?' youth friendly poster

Youth poster
Youth poster

Youth friendly poster promoting the No Wrong Door website - for display at schools and services

A3 'Looking for help?' health services & GPs poster

Health services poster
Health services poster

Youth friendly poster promoting the No Wrong Door website - for display at health services including GPs.

'Our commitment to young people' poster

Our commitment poster
Our commitment poster

Poster for services and schools to display to remind workers and young people the commitments made under No Wrong Door.

'Our commitment to young people' poster - plain text version

Our commitment poster
Our commitment poster

Plain text version of poster for services and schools to display to remind workers and young people the commitments made under No Wrong Door.