Social and emotional skills

Understand how to have healthy relationships, manage your wellbeing and learn to cope with difficult personal situations.

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Services that can help

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Staying safe

Could you have a sexually transmitted disease (STI)? Find out what's normal, how to stay safe and where sexual health clinics are if you do want to get tested. 

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Sexual health for under 25s

Understand how to have a healthy relationship and what to do if you’re pregnant or need a sexual health check-up.

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Twenty 10

Find a broad range of support services for young LGBTIQA+ people in NSW including housing and counselling.

Personal growth

Understanding emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence is important for understanding and managing our own feelings, as well as being aware of the emotions of others. Understanding emotional intelligence can help you better navigate the world around you.


Resilience is important as you make your way through the world. It allows you to overcome stress and work through challenges with a clear mind.

Healthy relationships

Whether romantic or platonic, relationships are exciting. Ensuring they are healthy relationships is important for your long term happiness and wellbeing.

Make no doubt about sexual consent

Sexual consent is when people freely and voluntarily agree to engage in sexual activity. 

The Make No Doubt campaign aims to teach you what consent looks like, how to give consent, and what to do if someone doesn't take no for an answer. Watch videos, read helpful tips and understand the law so that you can make an informed decision about having sex.

Learn about the Make No Doubt campaign



Gender identity and sexuality

Discovering who you are and what makes you happy is exciting, but it can also be daunting trying to understand the feelings you may be having.

Head to Health have information about how to support yourself when discovering your gender and sexual identity. Watch video stories of others discovering their identity, and finding acceptance as an LGBTQIA+ person.

Learn about gender and sexuality at Head to Health

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Find support services nearby using Ask Izzy

Ask Izzy connects people in need with housing, a meal, money help, family violence support, counselling, drugs and alcohol support services and much more. It is a free and anonymous service.

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