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Mental Health Wellbeing

Our Priorities » Mental Health » Parents and Carers

Mental Health Wellbeing

Parents and Carers

MindMap ACT Youth Portal is a dedicated portal for children and young people (up to 25 years of age) to help navigate Canberra’s mental health system and to find the right service and support.
Mental Health Counselling for Children & Young People.
Messengers - Tuggeranong Art Centre
Messengers is an arts-based youth support program for vulnerable young people and their families operating across the A.C.T. Messengers offers weekly group programs in which participants develop a range of skills across artistic mediums including visual, performing and other creative arts.
Warm Connections Counselling provides individual therapeutic support to families with children and young people aged zero to 15 years.
Peer Support Australia offers an evidence-based Peer Support Program, which can form part of your school's wellbeing strategy. There is substantial evidence that peer support programs contribute to students’ sense of connectedness and wellbeing.
Relationship Australia Canberra & Region
Family and domestic violence is when someone hurts, frightens, controls, bullies and intimidates someone else in their family. Relationships Australia Canberra and Region want to make sure that 12-25 year olds who have been impacted by family and domestic violence are supported to deal with any issues they are facing.
Cancer in the family affects everyone. That’s why we’ve created Canteen Connect for Parents, an online support community for parents dealing with cancer in the family.
CYCLOPSACT - Connecting Young Carers to Life Opportunities & Personalised Support in the ACT.
The Junction Youth Health Service provides bulk-billed primary health care and support services to young people aged 12 to 25, along with their dependent children.
Be You delivery partner headspace
The Program Directory is designed to make it easier for educators to decide which program is right for their learning community providing a general overview, aims, associated costs (if applicable) as well as ratings for the program’s evidence base effectiveness.
Inclusive Pathways is a new program funded by Capital Health Network (CHN) to provide free psychological therapies and social and emotional wellbeing support to LGBTIQA+ people.
Our services focus on peer-informed, person-centred, trauma-informed and affirming approaches to care and support.
Provides free and confidential telephone counselling and referrals to parents and carers.
Bungee is an inclusive resilience building program that promotes emotional wellbeing through the arts. The program supports young people (aged 5-18) to participate in activities designed to build resilience, enhance well-being and social and emotional health.
Capital Region Community Services
Bungee after school classes support participants to take part in activities designed to enhance well-being and social and emotional health. Bungee classes operate across the ACT in Belconnen, Kippax and Tuggeranong and are facilitated in a small, safe and supportive group setting.
Capital Region Community Services
This group is for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children aged 8-12 years old and aims to build links within the community focusing on mentoring healthy lifestyle choices, confidence building, positive role modeling,
Capital Region Community Services
The Youth Services team provides outreach and activities for young people aged 12-25 years who live work or play in or around Belconnen. Activities are aimed at increasing resilience and developing skills that give young people opportunities to actively engage in their lives and their communities.
As part of the Bungee Youth Resilience Program we can provide individual support through counselling and tailored activities in a welcoming, supportive and child friendly environment. The counselling sessions include discussion, creative activities and professional advice for parents.