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Mental Health Wellbeing

Our Priorities » Mental Health » Secondary School

Mental Health Wellbeing

Secondary School

CYCLOPS, Anglicare ACT Youth & Family Services, is a program supporting young people, between 10 and 25 years old who care for a family member experiencing a physical or intellectual disability, mental health issues, alcohol and other drug related issues and/or chronic illness.
We get it. Just when life should be full of possibilities, cancer crashes into a young person’s world and shatters everything.
headspace Canberra supports young people aged 12 - 25 who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health concerns and/or substance use issues. headspace School Support is an initiative funded by the Federal Government that works with school communities to prepare for, respond to, and recover from the suicide of a student.
Be You is a national mental health initiative for educators which aims to promote and protect positive mental health in children and young people in every early learning service and school in Australia.
Experiencing the death of someone to suicide can have a devastating effect on individuals and communities. Contact Be You for school support.
Circles of Support is a counselling service providing therapeutic support and information for families with children and young people aged five to 15 years. This service can work with all members of the family and aims to strengthen family relationships and improve wellbeing.
YWCA Canberra Youth Programs can work with any young person aged 10-25 years that lives, works or plays in the Tuggeranong region. Youth Workers can provide individual support to ensure that young people can be their true authentic selves within the community.
Meridian Incorporated (Aids Action Council)
Encampment is a program run by and for LGBTIQ+ young people and their allies in the Canberra region.
Meridian Incorporated (Aids Action Council)
Westlund Counselling is the ACT’s leading community-based counselling service for LGBTIQ+ people, their families and their allies.
Mental health education designed specifically for young people based on first person story telling. Mapped to the Australian Curriculum Suitable for year 7,8,9 and 10.
Mental Illness Education ACT
Developing attitudes, behaviours and language that impact body image. Mapped to the Australian Curriculum for Year 7, 8 students.
Stress Better is designed to assist young people to better understand stress, anxiety and worry, and the connection between the three.
This bullying prevention program is like no other, a great compliment to your current practice or way to start the conversation with young people. Mapped to the Australian Currriculum from years 5-10 and suitable for yr 11-12.
Health and wellbeing program including cyberwise, diet, self esteem, safe partying and more.
Education campaign for young men and boys designed to encourage them to speak up and get help. Sessions include short talks, videos and extended Q&A. Menslink partners with the Raiders to deliver sessions.
Regular outreach counselling for young men aged 12 and up during school term (plus during school holidays at our offices in Griffith).
The Junction Youth Health Service provides free primary health care and support services for young people aged 12 to 25 years and their dependants, with a particular focus on young people who are homeless or otherwise at risk.
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
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.
This course gives you the skills and knowledge required to recognise situations where people may be in imminent crisis, and then to work collaboratively to minimise any safety concerns and to make plans to access required support services.