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Riverside Girls High School

Riverside Girls High School

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Take control of my wellbeing


Breakup Shake Up - iOS App

Calm Harm

Assists young people in resisting the urge to self harm

The Check in App - iOS and Android App

An app to help young people to take the fear out of having a conversation with a friend who might be struggling.

Clear fear

Assist young people in managing anxiety

Mood APP Journal 

My Compass

A personalised Self-help tool for your mental health from the Black dog Institute.

Pocket Coach

Is a CBT-based self-help APP that helps guide you towards reducing anxiety and stress. 

Smiling Mind

A modern meditation for young people. It's a unique web and app-based program, designed to help bring balance to young lives.

Online programs and Services

Bite Back

An ever-changing space where young people can discover ways to amplify the good stuff in life, share real and personal stories with others, check out videos, blogs and interviews of interesting people, check and track their mental fitness, and get their teeth stuck in to a bunch of activities. Bite Back is an initiative of Black Dog Institute.


Online and telephone support for young people aged 12-25 years and their families.


1800 18 7263

Dealing with a mental health condition in a family can be hard. Read or listen to fact sheets, podcasts and the diaries of four teenagers, based on real stories, for clear facts and information. itsallright is an initiative of SANE Australia.

Healthy families

Beyond Blue's healthy families initiative is all about giving you the information, knowledge and confidence to support the young people in your life – whether you’re a parent, guardian, grandparent, uncle or auntie. 

Healthy mind

Download these tips for a healthy headspace (PDF 147KB) for more information.

Mental fitness

Good mental health is about living life in a satisfying way, coping with life's challenges both big and small, managing the stress of school and work, and maintaining your own mental wellbeing. Visit mental fitness for further information.


This free, fun, interactive program helps young people identify and overcome problem emotions and show how to develop good coping skills for the future. 

Q Life

Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI) provides early intervention, peer-supported telephone and web-based services to people of all ages across the full breadth of people’s bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities and lived experiences


Take control of whatever you’re going through. Use ReachOut.com to figure things out and make life better. The website offers fact sheets, forums and other resources designed specifically for young people. ReachOut also provides a list of recommended apps and websites you can use to take control of your wellbeing. ReachOut.com is an initiative of the Inspire Foundation


Helps young people share what treatments have worked for their mental health issues and find out what others have found helpful. WhatWorks4u is an initiative of  Orygen Youth Health Research Centre.

Yarn Safe

Safe space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teens to talk about mental health and social and emotional wellbeing.

Do you help care for someone who has an illness, disability, a mental health condition or alcohol and drug problems? Are you in need of support? Check out these sites for information and support.

Services for young carers

Young Carers

1800 242 636

Information for young people on how to look after yourself and the person you are caring for. Young Carers is an initiative of Carers Australia.

Children of Parents with a Mental Illness (COPMI)

Information for kids, teens and adults who have a parent with a mental health condition.