For young people
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.
Health & wellbeing
Alcohol & other drugs
Work & study
learn how to handle tough times to help your headspace
Developing your own positive ways to handle tough times can make you more resilient, develop your self-awareness and build your confidence. All these things help to keep your headspace healthy.
get in to life to keep your headspace healthy
Achieving small tasks and doing things you enjoy can boost your confidence and lift your mood – helping you keep a healthy headspace.
connecting with others for a healthy headspace
Putting time into your relationships can help you feel connected, boost your energy and, ultimately, help you keep a healthy headspace.
moving your way to a healthy headspace
Staying active can improve your sleep, give you more energy and help manage stress - all helping you keep a healthy headspace.
sleeping well for a healthy headspace
Getting the right amount of good sleep can give you more energy, improve concentration, help you better deal with stress and, you guessed it, keep a healthy headspace!
eating for a healthy headspace
Eating well gives you more energy, helps you sleep better, improves your concentration and, you guessed it, keep a healthy headspace.
limit alcohol and other drugs to help your headspace
When you limit alcohol and other drugs you can clear your mind, improve your energy, and boost your motivation. And, you have a better chance of keeping your headspace healthy!
tips to keep good mental health
Good mental health and wellbeing allows you to live your life in a positive and meaningful way and cope with life’s changes and challenges.