Life Skills - Online Resources and Useful Links
Need some advice but don't know where to go?
Check out some of these websites, they may give you the answers you need.
Youth NSW is an awesome website developed by the NSW Government to help youth with many issues they face in today's ever changing society. The site includes information on health and wellbeing; work and money; disability; multicultural and indigenous information and much more.
Beyond Blue is a national website with information about depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and postnatal depression.
Butterfly Foundation is a support network for people with eating disorders.
Drinking Nightmare is a game developed by the Australian Government to help show how different decisions made when drinking can have many different effects on your night.
Livewire connects young people living with serious illness, chronic health condition or disability and their families with other people who are going through the same things.
Young Carers is a website for young people (25 years and under) who live in NSW and care for someone with a chronic illness, disability, mental illness, drug or alcohol problem.
Drug info @ your library has been developed by the State Library of NSW and the NSW Government to help increase your knowledge of drugs and the effects they have on not only your life but your family and friends as well.
Money Smart developed by ASIC and the Australian Government has heaps of information about managing your money, borrowing and credit, superannuation, investing and scams.
RTA Practice Driver Knowledge Test allows you to practice (as many times as you like) before going to sit your driving test, giving you sample questions that test your knowledge of the road rules. The test is available for many different classes of licence including car and motorcycle.
Lawstuff is run by the National Children's and Youth Law centre to help provide legal information to children and young people in Australia.
The Shopfront Youth Legal Centre is a free legal service for homeless and disadvantaged young people (25 years and under).
YAPA (Youth Action and Policy Association NSW) has lots of information about the government, law, rights and complaints, mental health, public spaces and young people, stories of youth activism, leadership and campaigns and much more.
Law Access is a website provided by the NSW government with lots of legal information.
Legal Aid NSW has information about Legal Aid's services and other information to help with legal issues.
Australian Copyright Council will help you with any questions regarding copyright laws.