The 'Alcohol. Think Again' website provides resources and information about the effects of alcohol on your health. There is information for parents, young people, and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Alcohol. Think Again
Australian Childhood Foundation is a non-profit organisation that supports children and young people to heal from trauma. Anyone can contact them to access counselling and support services for children and young people affected by abuse.
Australian Childhood Foundation
headspace is a mental health support service for young people and their families with a focus on early intervention. Young people aged between 12 and 25 experiencing mental health issues can contact them online or via the phone to access support services from 9 am to 1 am, 7 days a week.
NCYSUR conducts research into how to prevent and treat substance misuse among young people. Find out how the work they do reduces the harm to young people from alcohol, tobacco and other drug misuse.
University of Queensland
Positive Choices is an online portal for teachers, principals, school counsellors, First Nation education officers, youth workers, parents and young people. It aims to raise awareness about the harms associated with alcohol and other drug use by providing tools and school-based programs.
Pregnant Pause provides support to help you and your loved ones go alcohol-free during pregnancy. Having support can make it much easier to stop drinking and give your child the best possible start in life.
Visit the ReachOut website for help and support on mental health issues for young people. Information is also available for parents and schools.
Youth Law Australia provides free confidential legal information for young people. Anyone who is under the age of 25 can contact Youth Law Australia for free legal advice. You can call between Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 4pm (AEST).
Youth Law Australia
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