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Helplines & Websites

Wanting to talk to someone, concerned about a friend or family member or just want to find out some more information when times are tough?

We are here to help

If you are having trouble with friendship issues, bullying, anxiety, depression or any of the myriad issues facing young people in today's society, we have many staff members available to help.

We recommend speaking to your classroom or home class teacher, Year Level Coordinator or any member of staff that you feel comfortable speaking to.

The following members of staff are also available to help:

Role Staff Member Where to find
Junior College Chaplain Ms Rebecca Phillips Ms Phillips visits both HSC and WSC during the week
Director of Campus - HSC Mrs Juanetta Priest HSC Reception
Director of Campus - WSC Mrs Jackie Minnikin WSC Reception
Director of Campus - SSC Mr Jamie Pukallus via Student Reception at SSC
Counsellor Ms Sarah Noffke via Student Reception at SSC
Year Level & Pastoral Coordinator (Years 6-8) Mrs Roslyn Cook SSC Reception
Year Level & Pastoral Coordinator (Years 9 & 10) Mr David Rentell SSC Reception
Year Level & Pastoral Coordinator (Years 11 & 12) Mrs Leah Bowes SSC Reception

Here are some helplines and websites that can also help:

Online Counselling

- Telephone 1800 55 1800

- Telephone 1300 22 46 36

- Telephone 1800 650 890

- 1300 659 467

Info & Resources on Mental Health

Here are some useful apps that may help:

App Description
Happify Science based activities for stress and anxiety relief
ReachOut WorryTime A place to store worries, and alerts you when it's time to think about them
Headspace Meditation app to help with stress and worry
Chats for Life Provides young peple with conversation skills, strategies and confidence to have a conversation with someone, helping them to manage the ups and downs of everyday life
MindShift Helps young people cope with anxiety
ReachOut Breathe Helps reduce the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety
Smiling Minds Meditation app to help with stress and worry