Better to know
provides STI information for Aboriginal youth that allows those who have been diagnosed
with an STI to tell their sexual partners that they might also be at risk. their
bodies will change and answers questions about sex, families and keeping safe.
Get Clued Up provides
practical advice about chlamydia, including a MySpace network site.
mental and health wellbeing support, information and services to young people and
their families across Australia.
Likeitis provides information
on sex education, teenage life, puberty and contraception. It includes
the Love Bugs Battle game.
I stay safe
offers sexual health and hepatitis C information in a friendly animation format.
Keep them safe
provides information for mandatory reporters in government agencies and non-government
organisations about the new child protection system, including resources, training
materials, and email newsletter.
Kids helpline provides
information on a variety of issues affecting young people and includes an online
Reach Out provides young
people with the information, help, support, advice and connections they need to
manage a range of physical, mental and sexual health difficulties.
Somazone offers young
people a safe space to ask questions, share stories and find help about body image,
drugs, mental health, harassment, relationships and sexual health.
is a fun and interactive site for kids about to enter their teens. Explains how
their bodies will change and answers questions about sex, families and keeping safe.
Twenty10 is a community
not-for-profit that supports and works with young people, communities and families
of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities.
WAYS Youth Services is
a one stop shop youth service for young people aged 9 to 25 years of age. WAYS Youth
Services offices are in 4 locations across Eastern Sydney providing education, employment
and training programmes, counselling & case management services, recreation & music
programmes, a mental health arts programme, Youth GP Clinic and Youth Sexual Health
Youth.nsw aims to
provide people aged 12 to 25 with links New South Wales to Government and community
services and information. It also contains a range of information for young people
about getting involved in their community through programs and events. The site
is a forum for youth participation and for government to hear young people’s ideas
on a range of issues.