Be You: Beyond Blue holds the grant to Be You until June 2021
Be You builds on the success and experience from five existing programs aimed at promoting social and emotional health and wellbeing for children and young people in the education space: KidsMatter Early Childhood, KidsMatter Primary, MindMatters, Response Ability and headspace School Support. Be You is building on the base of evidence and ten years of experience of these programs.
Approach: Skilling teachers and clinicians.
For more information visit Be You.
Got It! (Getting on Track in Time): NSW Health
Reduces the frequency and severity of conduct problems in young children by strengthening the abilities of parents/carers, building capabilities of school staff and the capacity of school systems to respond to children with conduct problems and their families.
Approach: Working with students and their parents/carers in school and home.
Project Air Strategy for Schools: University of Wollongong
Provides schools with professional learning and resources to better recognise and respond to young people with complex mental health problems. Developed in collaboration with Ministry of Health and NSW Department of Education.
Approach: Skilling school counselling staff, high school staff, and NSW CAMHS Clinicians.
SAFEMinds (Schools and Families Enhancing Minds): headspace
A professional learning and resource package for schools and families that aims to enhance early intervention mental health support for children and young people by increasing teacher and parents and carer knowledge of mental health and emerging concerns.
Approach: Skilling all staff and parents/carers.
For more information visit Headspace.
School-Link works to improve the mental health, wellbeing and resilience of children and young people by forming a connection between health and education in New South Wales.
Through this collaboration between education, health and other services students are supported to achieve improved mental health through early identification, timely access to mental health services and support for education staff and mental health professionals to deliver coordinated care to children and young people with mental health concerns.
Approach: Skilling and supporting all staff and NSW CAMHS Clinicians.
For more information visit NSW Health