In Australia mental illness rates in young people are the highest they have ever been. One in four young people will be diagnosed with a mental illness during adolescence and one in five young people who are diagnosed with a mental illness will have it persist into adulthood.
$30 supports a young person to attend a Burn Bright school based wellbeing or leadership program.
About Burn Bright
Burn Bright is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers meaningful and dynamic student leadership, wellbeing programs and camps Australia-wide. Burn Bright exists as a preventative mental health organisation focusing on the core of a young persons wellbeing. We do this by helping young people to build positive relationships, grow their self awareness and put into action evidence informed tools and strategies so they can flourish and lead well.
At Burn Bright we encourage, challenge and develop students through tailored experiential leadership and wellbeing programs. Burn Bright programs create a vibrant learning environment that involves: activities, sharing of personal stories, music and video to establish a safe space for freedom of thoughts and self expression. Burn Brights programs bring about positive behavioural changes, a shift in mindset and personal wellbeing, allowing students to make informed choices and decisions. You can help Burn Bright do more of their great work just by switching to Goodtel today.
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