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Programme launch

12 October 2004

Programme launch for children and young people with severe conduct disorder

Child, Youth and Family and Capital & Coast District Health Board, with support from the Ministry of Education, will launch a programme for young people with severe behavioural difficulties this Thursday at the Epuni Care and Protection Residence in Lower Hutt.

The launch will be attended by Child, Youth and Family Minister Ruth Dyson, leading experts in Severe Conduct Disorder, representatives of the agencies involved in establishing and operating the programme, local iwi and community members.

Media will have the opportunity to talk to those involved in the programme and tour the residential facility.

Media wishing to attend the launch should RSVP to Christine Langdon by phone, 04 918 8124, or email Christine.langdon003@cyf.govt.nz.

Where: Epuni Care and Protection Residence, 441 Riverside Drive, Lower Hutt Date: Thursday 14 October Time: 10am-12pm


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