When you get in contact with OneLink, an assessing officer will talk to you about your situation and what services might help. They will provide you with information about options and, where appropriate, will follow up to connect you to services.
OneLink covers a wide range of support services including services for families and young people, and services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
ParentLink is designed to increase parents' confidence and skills by supporting and linking them with a network of information, ideas and community services.
Parenting guides:Children and young people working ( 147.1 KB)
Eating disorders ( 133.2 KB)
Living with teens ( 136.3 KB)
Teenagers and career choices ( 251.9 KB)
Discipline (teens) ( 114.3 KB)
Peer pressure ( 134.9 KB)
Running away ( 142.0 KB)
Talking sex with young people ( 139.6 KB)
Teenage depression ( 143.8 KB)
Young people and drugs ( 157.9 KB)
Young people and parties ( 146.8 KB)
Young people who are gay or lesbian ( 137.2 KB)
Andrew Fuller's Advice for Parents
As a clinical psychologist, Andrew Fuller works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne. Andrew Fuller website also offers a range of resources which are useful to parents of adolescents.
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Headspace (National youth mental health foundation) is a fantastic resource for parents. For more information check out their website www.headspace.org.au or contact Headspace ACT using the information below.
Opening Hours: Mon 9-5, Tues 9-7, Wed 11-5, Thurs 9-7, Fri 9-5
University of Canberra, Faculty of Health
Building 12, Level B, Room 40
Bruce, ACT 2601
Phone: (02) 6201 5343
ThinkUKnow www.thinkuknow.org.au is an Internet safety program delivering interactive training to parents, carers and teachers through primary and secondary schools in the ACT, NSW and Victoria using a network of accredited trainers.
Created by the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, ThinkUKnow Australia has been developed by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), Microsoft Australia and the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).