The key outcomes (listed below) are addressed by engaging students in discussions about a range of topics, led by representatives of local service providers. The contact with these providers is intended to help young people humanise those who can provide support for them and connect them with at least one known contact person.
The program is built around cultural activities such as storytelling, yarning, art, dancing, and men’s and women’s business to help build students’ knowledge of and attachment to their culture.

An Aboriginal Liaison Worker is available for this and other programs.

Who is it for?

Aboriginal students in Years 7 to 10 who are at risk of making poor choices.

Key outcomes

This culturally appropriate and collaborative program aims to:
• break down barriers for young Aboriginal people in seeking help
• help young Aboriginal people build their cultural identity

What to expect

When you come to Interrelate, you can expect high-quality attention and care from professionals who are passionate about helping you to have strong relationships.

  • Lower Mid North Coast

Program locations