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Well-being

If you are experiencing an emergency situation or there is an immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, contact emergency services on 000.

Emotional well-being is important for everyone at every stage of life.

If you would like to talk to someone, there are support staff available at school. You can also contact:

Kids Helpline

Telephone: 1800 55 1800 (available 24 hours)

Beyond Blue

Telephone: 1300 22 4636

eheadspace

Telephone: 1800 650 890 or online chat available

Lifeline

Telephone: 131 114 (available 24 hours)

Integrated Wellbeing Centre

Telephone: 1300 492 492

Headspace Bundaberg

Telephone: (07) 4152 3931

Headspace opened in Bundaberg in March of 2017. Secondary students can go to Headspace Monday to Friday.

Child & Youth Mental Health Services

Provides a community-based free and confidential service for children, young people (and their families) who are at rish of developing, or are experiencing, mental health difficulties.

Telephone: (07) 4150 2620

Bullying

Bullying is repeated verbal, physical and/or social behaviour that causes physical and/or psychological harm. It can be face-to-face, via text or online. It can involve only one person or a group.

If you feel that you are being bullied, you can do one or a number of the following:

  • talk to your parent/guardian
  • talk to a teacher
  • talk to someone in the school administration or
  • see someone from the student support staff.

Helpful links

Bullying No Way!

Cyberbullying

Apps

There are also some wonderful apps that you can download from either iTunes Store or Android app store.

Take a Stand is a free app which may be helpful to you if you are being bullied.

Smiling Mind is a free app that teaches mindfulness meditation to help you reduce your stress and anxiousness.

iCounselor Anger Management is an app which could help you if you experience difficulties with your anger.