Health & Wellbeing
Mildura Senior College provides individual support to students. The Wellbeing Centre is located in the Administration office. Wellbeing runs a range of programs and events throughout the year.
We can work with you to develop strategies and skills to help you to work on good mental and physical health habits.
We are focused on promoting overall good health including your physical and mental health. Our wellbeing team provides referral service and can assist you to link with local services and online supports. We have access to DET support staff this provides access to a range of allied health services and social and psychological support.
We also have partnership with our local medical clinic Tristar, where we have access to doctor and mental health clinician who consult on campus.
Our school is a Restorative School that values respectful relationships. We are equitable school that is inclusive and celebrates diversity.
Commencing at a new school can make you feel nervous and there are many things you can do to make your transition easier.
The ReachOut.com is a website that provides you with fact sheet stories and forums to help you they have fact sheets.
How can we support you?
At times life can be difficult especially if you are having some personal or family problems and often having someone to listen can be helpful. We can also support you in sorting out any issues you may be having with friends, family, teachers or subjects.
How we work
Underpinning the way we work are a set of restorative values that guide the teaching, learning and nurturing of relationships as well as supporting staff, students and the school community as a whole.
We are confidential, which means that anything discussed with you will not be discussed with anyone without your permission.
Should you be in danger of harming yourself or someone else then we would need to inform a parent or guardian. This would be done with permission if possible.
CanTeen (www.canteen.org.au), The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with cancer, is the national support organisation for young people living with cancer; including cancer patients, their brothers and sisters and young people with parents or primary carers with cancer. CanTeen helps young people cope with cancer in their family. Through CanTeen, they learn to explore and deal with their feelings about cancer, connect with other young people in the same boat and if they’ve been diagnosed themselves, CanTeen also provides specialist, youth-specific treatment teams. By feeling understood and supported, young people develop resilience and can rebuild the foundations that crumbled beneath them when cancer turned their life upside down. CanTeen works by having young people at the centre of everything they do.
Chances for Children
The Wellbeing Co-ordinator can help you access Chances for Children Funding via Mallee Family Care.
This funding is focused on providing financial support and mentoring to recipients, who without help, may not have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals or realise their talents in sports or the arts.
Zoe Support Program
|Contact Name||Phone Number|
|Headspace||1800 650 890|
|Kids Help Line||1800 551 800|
|Lifeline||13 11 14|
|Youthbeyondblue||1300 224 636|
|Mildura Mental Health Services||5022 3500 or 1300 366 375|
These sites include links to a range of useful after hours and health and wellbeing options.
Apps for Wellbeing
Meditation for young people
Guided Meditiation and Mindfulness
|ReachOut Worry Time
Helps manage anxiety and worry
Helps reduce symptoms of stress and axiety
Activities & games for stress and anxiety
Monitors how many times you check your phone
Fitness trainer app
Please visit the colleges policy page to view all policies