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Welfare providers unable to meet growing demand for services MP3

Frontline agencies are under increasing pressure with many being forced to turn people away. The annual review by the Australian Council of Social Services found homeless, mental health and legal service providers cannot keep up with the demand for their services and increasingly, those missing out are young people. Source: abc.net.au

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