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Australia Council

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The Australia Council, the Australian Government’s principal arts funding body, provides a range of programs of assistance for cultural activities to professional, young and emerging artists. Australia Council staff will be happy to provide further information and discuss the most suitable funding categories for your purpose.


HOPE - SRAopens in a new window

This service is for Aboriginal Youth Psychological & coordinate services to ATSI students At Risk of suicide/self harm. Uses the interface between education, anti-social behaviour, provides opportunities to develop healthy lifestyle behaviours through sport & connection to the Primary Health Care.


INCOLINKopens in a new window

Targeting apprentices & young workers in the Building & Construction Industry to (1) reduce the suicide risk (2) increase access to information and resources & training providers of TAFE and Group Training Centers for the industry (3) increase access to support services.


KOORI KIDSopens in a new window

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI) children in primary schools (1) whole school mental health promotion programs (2) counseling/psychological support for children with emotional wellbeing & behavioural problems, school truancy or underachievement (3) parent education programs (4) local services.


NEXUSopens in a new window

Aims to improve community awareness to better identify & help young people at risk; increase the number & quality of connections of young people from refugee backgrounds.

Peer Support

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Peer Support Australia provides peer led programs which are integrated into curricula and implemented in primary and secondary schools (Kindergarten to Year 12). The program supports positive cultural change within schools by incorporating a range of strategies developed through collaboration with members of the whole school community for the specific needs of the school.


REACHOUTopens in a new window

Reach Out! Assists young people to cope with, manage and find ongoing support in the community for mental health difficulties by providing a critical entry point for young people who: • need access information and resources to help manage adversity; • don’t know where to find professional help; • don’t feel comfortable seeking help; • don’t think that anybody can help; and/or • are geographically isolated


YIRRIMAN PROJECTopens in a new window

This project works in the Fitzroy Valley and targets cultural activities and trips that build strong relationships, self identity and confidence in young people, increase community awareness & connectedness, networks, mental health/drug & alcohol focus.

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