Anglicare NQ provides a wide range of Youth support services across the North Queensland area including Cairns, Mareeba and Townsville, including Youth Support, Case Management, Outreach, Emergency Male and Female accommodation and Out of Home Care.
So that the Youth Support Program can provide a helpful service we would like to know what you think about the program. The information you give us will help us to be useful and helpful to young people and their families. CLICK THE LINK BELOW.
This week, clubs from two of Australia’s biggest sporting codes are hosting the Beyond Blue Cup round and encouraging supporters to speak up about mental health, wellbeing and the importance of seeking help.
The NRL's Wests Tigers and the AFL’s Hawthorn Football Club are encouraging people to start conversations about mental health, because talking about mental health is the game changer
Watch Hawthorn player Jarman Impey talk about how he takes care of his wellbeing. Visit the link below for ideas on little things you can do that can make a big difference for your overall wellbeing. ... See MoreSee Less
OCD is an anxiety disorder. People living with OCD are troubled by recurring unwanted thoughts, images, or impulses, as well as obsessions and repetitive rituals.
People with OCD are usually aware their symptoms are irrational and excessive, but they find the obsessions uncontrollable and the compulsions impossible to resist.
As part of SANE Australia's #BeKindToYourMind series, Joshua talks about identities, misconceptions and what we can do to normalise OCD. The Be Kind to Your Mind series is supported by Future Generation Global, in partnership with batyr. Check out the rest of the series at the link below. ... See MoreSee Less
Anglicare North Queensland relies on the financial support of generous people to help all those who turn to us for assistance. There are specific services that are government funded, but a large number of our programs are only made possible by your donations. Your support enables us to meet the needs of the most vulnerable and at-risk members of our community.