Useful information for both students and families can be located below:


Find information and tools to keep well during isolation.

Resources for wellbeing

Headspace – how to deal with stress related to COVID19

Black Dog Institute – 10 tips for managing anxiety through COVID19

ReachOut – coping during COVID19

Smiling Mind – how mindfulness can help during COVID19

The Butterfly Foundation – COVID19; tips and advice for people with an eating disorder

Kids Helpline – your guide to everything novel COVID19

Remote Learning

Black Dog Institute – working from home checklist

ReachOut – stressed about stydy during COVID19

eSafety Commissioner – staying safe online

Safe Relationships and Domestic Violence

Youth Affairs Council Victoria – resources for young people experiencing family violence during COVID19

With RESPECT – COVID19 and family violence for LGBTQI+ people

What’s ok at home? – domestic violence resource centre website for young people

Safe Steps – 24/7 family violence support

Digital Mental Health Support

Eheadspace – internet chat, email or phone support

QLife – online chat counselling for LGBTI people

Bite Back – online activities and education around positive psychology

MoodGYM – online program to teach cognitive behaviour therapy skills

TeenSTRONG – online course for teens transitioning to adulthood

The Brave Program – prevention, intervention and treatment of anxiety in young people



Find support to look after yourself and your family.

Support to Keep Well

Beyond Blue

Black Dog Institute

Head to Health


Red Cross

This Way Up

Supporting your teenager

Raising Children – talking with teens about physical distancing and self isolation

Red Cross – Defusing family conflict

Triple P Parenting – parenting during COVID19

Child Mind Institute – supporting teenagers during the COVID19 crisis

Support for Remote Learning

Department of Education and Training – learning from home: Information for parents

Reach Out – Your teen, study stress and COVID 19

eSafety – COVID19 information for remote learning and online safety: 5 steps to keep students safe during online learning