NNN acknowledges that many young people who use violence, have also been victims of interpersonal, family and/or systemic and structural violence, abuse, and neglect.
NNN works with young people to ‘name, narrate and navigate’ violence in their lives. NNN responds to the gap in availability and accessibility of appropriately designed and delivered services for this cohort as well sector training especially in regional, rural, and remote communities.
NNN is practice-driven and research-informed. It builds on cross-sector collaboration identifying youth-perpetrated family and domestic violence as a key issue in the Hunter Region of NSW.
 Blakemore, T., Agllias, K., Howard, A., & McCarthy S. (2019). The service system challenges of work with juvenile justice involved young people in the Hunter Region, Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 54, 341–356