External Agencies Support links and information

Updated Information Remote Learning Term 3

While the resources below are still current and most helpful please consider ReachOut as another valuable place for supporting young people.

ReachOut is a leading online resource for parents, families and schools to support young people and teenagers. Research has shown that there are 1 in 4 young people in Australia living with a mental health issue, with more than 70% not receiving the support they require. When a parent recognizes their teenager needs help, they are more likely to be receiving adequate and appropriate mental health support.

During this stressful time of remote learning and COVID-19, ReachOut have updated and added to their fact sheets, information services and community forums for parents. At PCC we are mindful of the effect remote learning and COVID concerns are having on our students. There are many ways that parents are able to support their young people, and ReachOut has targeted these concerns on their website. While these are mainly aimed at teenagers, they can be adapted for primary school children as well.

Please click on the link below to access information and services.




Also, if you feel that your child needs wellbeing support, please contact either their homeroom teacher or myself to discuss a referral for wellbeing support.

Take Care,

Abbi Chamberlain.

Support Services

Support services for children, parents and/or guardians and families in the local area. All resources can be easily accessed via phone call, website or an online chat function. Many come free of cost and translators are available.

If you have any trouble accessing these resources please feel free to contact the PCC Wellbeing Team.

Women's Health West

Women’s Health West is committed to improving equity and justice for women in Melbourne’s western region.

We deliver family violence services and undertake health promotion actions. To escape family violence, phone us on 9689 9588 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) or email us on fvassist@whwest.org.au.

To speak to someone outside of business hours, contact Safe Steps Family Violence Response Centre on 1800 015 188. If you are in immediate danger call the police on 000. If you need an interpreter, first call the Telephone Interpreter Service on 131 450. tiếng Việt | العربية (03) 9689 9588