Centrecare Incorporated (lead agency), Wungening Aboriginal Corporation and UnitingCare West have established a formal legal partnership for youth justice services in rehabilitation and emotional wellbeing in the metropolitan region including Banksia Hill Detention Centre (BHDC). This service reaches up to 120 young people and their families in community at any given time and the provision of counselling and groups to young people detained in BHDC. We provide: Uniform governance and systems development. Considerable experience as organisations in outcomes frameworks and their implementation. Significant experience in the design, delivery and management of services that address complex social issues. Best practice in youth service provision. Culturally secure service delivery. The same service practice and service delivery from all three agencies as a fully integrated approach including same assessments, support and access to all added value service options from the partnering agencies. Uniform client recording data base. The BeyondYJS provides a through care service model, which is a co-ordinated and integrated approach to case managing young people who intersect with the Department of Justice - from their first point of contact to the completion of their order and/or their transition back into the community. This provides continuity of support and more seamless service delivery for the young person and their family and is a recognised model in reducing recidivism. A key component of the through-care is receiving support from the same workers and/or team. There have been many learnings we would like to share about our journey with young people and each other.