Resources for young people.
Talking Respect is an education resource designed to support teachers, youth workers, health workers and other professionals to have conversations with young people about healthy relationships and the influence of media. (talkingrespect.com.au)
Domestic and Family Violence and Abuse Awarness Pack (ccsd.org.au)
Brave Foundation supporting expecting and parenting teens brochure (bravefoundation.org.au)
Saver Plus will match your savings for school costs, dollar for dollar, up to $500. (saverplus.org.au)
Free tutoring to support students (www.teach.nsw.edu.au)
Brighter beginnings: step by step guides on: Having a baby, parenting young children & starting primary school (nsw.gov.au)
Karabi Activity Booklet
Skillset Youth Connect: Take the next step towards your future (skillset.com.au)
Safeguarding children during COVID-19 (safeguardingchildren.acu.edu.au)
Kookaburra Kids run camps supporting young people living in families experiencing mental illness. (kookaburrakids.org.au)
Karabis Activity Booklet (pdf)
WayAhead’s Small Steps seminars, developed to help parents and teachers identify and address anxiety disorders in children (www.eventbrite.com.au)
How to cope with stress related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) (www.Headspace.org.au)
Mental Health resources for young adults. (www.Healthdirect.gov.au)
Youth Week. (www.Youthweek.nsw.gov.au)
Kids Helpline – 1800 551 800 – 24/7 phone and online counselling for youth (5-25yrs)
Niggle – A free app for youth designed as a self-help toolkit for all things related to mental, social and emotional wellbeing.
eheadspace – Internet chat, email or phone support for young people (12-25ys) with a range of issues.
ReachOut – Practical tools, support and moderated forums to help youth get through everything from everyday issues to tough times.
The Check-In – An app to help young people take the fear out of having a conversation with a friend who might be struggling.
The BRAVE Program – Prevention, interventions, and treatment of anxiety in young people.