Staff from youth welfare services, job centres and employment agencies all work together under the same roof at youth employment agencies. They operate collectively to provide single-source support to young people seeking guidance. Successful examples of this model are usually seen in major cities. This article illustrates how this type of cooperation across legal entities can also be effectively established across an entire state. It presents the latest status of implementation and the conditions necessary for success. It is important for structural developments to take place in a regionalised way. This means that local institutions must be integrated and due consideration must be accorded to specific regional circumstances.