I'm a young person

If you are a young person aged between 12-25 and need information relating to general mental health, physical health, work & study and alcohol and other drugs, this section is designed for you.

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managing your families' work and study expectations - hearing from multicultural young people

Our family and cultural values can be aspects of our identity that shape our motivations and goals. While these values can be a source of strength, they can sometimes be…

face to face vs. online learning

Explore the ways you can choose to learn, be it face-to-face; online; or on the job

Work & study support

headspace work and study Programs support 15-25-year-olds with everything education and employment related. From finding your first job to deciding what to study, we can help.

mental health benefits of work & study

If you’re having a tough time, getting into work and study might be the last thing on your mind, but it can really help your mental health.

understanding your options after finishing secondary school

If you aren’t sure what’s next after walking out of the school gates or didn’t get the year 12 results you wanted, it’s important to know you have options.

5 tips for managing study from home

The world of study has changed temporarily, and lots of us are having to navigate studying and learning at home. To help you manage your studies from home, we've pulled…

tips for starting university or TAFE

With the right strategies, planning and support, managing big changes like starting tertiary education can get easier.

Coping with big changes - leaving secondary school

One major transition that most young people experience relates to what happens after leaving secondary school, and this can bring significant changes and challenges.