Reach’s school and community workshops are designed to promote the mental health and emotional wellbeing of young people (10 to 18 years old).
Each year, there are close to 60,000 instances of participation by young people in our programs, from over 600 schools and communities across Australia.
Our purpose is to create safe and supportive spaces where teenagers can connect and share stories honestly; spaces where they can experience belonging, discover their strengths, and build their self-efficacy and resilience.
Importantly, Reach workshops are preventative in nature. They aim to build self-efficacy among young people – by supporting them to develop the social and emotional skills they need to be resilient and make positive life choices.
It’s been shown that by developing these protective factors in adolescence, the impact of serious problems and disadvantage later in life – like depression, substance abuse, homelessness and suicide – can be reduced.
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Phone: 03 9412 0915
Fax: 03 9416 2230
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