The SBYHN also provides relevant health promotion and education to the school community with the aim to address the contemporary and relevant health needs of young people.
There are many areas that the SBYHN program can assist you with. Some of these are mental health and wellbeing, general health and wellbeing including nutrition and physical activity, healthy relationships, sexual health, family and personal relationships, growth and development, smoking, alcohol and other drugs.
The SBYHN is available Monday, Tuesday and Friday and may be contacted via the school office or the SBYHN office in J Block.
If you have any concerns or questions please don’t hesitate to contact Kate our SBYHN.
For out of hours support please contact 13HEALTH (13 432 584)
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
Lifeline 13 11 14
Or in an emergency please call 000