In 1998 and 2001, the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service (VAHS) got young people aged 12-30 years to talk about different health issues, fill in a survey and get their health checked out. The VAHS manager Reg Thorpe and researcher Joanne Luke and with the support of Onemda researchers Paul Stewart, Ian Anderson and Dr Kevin Rowley are using this information to produce a report on the health of Young Koories in Melbourne. A final report will document, physical health, dental health, emotional health, sexual and reproductive health, social factors, behavioural factors, and health service use for young Koories in Melbourne. This analysis will help the VAHS in its delivery of youth services and programs.