Youth Treatment Intervention Court
Information for Young People
Are you a young person with criminal matters before the court?
Are you interested in obtaining support for your mental health or drug use?
The Youth Treatment Intervention Court (YTIC) could help you.
This court is for young people who have problems with
- Mental health
- Substance use
- Acquired brain injury
- Learning difficulties
This program is voluntary court, which means you don’t have to participate if you don’t want to.
If you do start the program and decide you don’t want to continue, you can withdraw at any time and your matters will be returned to the general list for sentencing. If you complete the program your progress will be taken into account by the Judge when you’re sentence. If you try the program and withdraw before completion, you won’t be penalised for that. That means you have nothing to lose by participating and a lot to gain.
For more information please contact the Youth Treatment Intervention Court on 8204 8615