Services for schools + children’s centres

Active8 

A mental health and wellbeing program for young people in Years 6 to 9, who are showing early signs of, or at risk of, developing mental health concerns. Topics address values, belonging, identity, relationships, body image, resilience, coping and emotional regulation.

Service delivery 5 x 1.5 hours weekly. Can be presented to entire classes or targeted groups.

Eligibility

UCWB is funded to provide Active8 for parents and families who live in:

  • The City of Charles Sturt
  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected areas)
  • The City of Tea Tree Gully
  • The suburb of Ingle Farm

Love Bites

Equipping young people in Year 10 to have respectful relationships by developing skills in effective communication, critical thinking and problem solving within a safe environment.

Service delivery One full day or multiple part days. Can be presented to entire classes or targeted groups.

Eligibility

UCWB is funded to provide Love Bites for parents and families who live in:

  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected suburbs)
  • The City of Tea Tree Gully

Seasons for Growth

A safe space for children and young people aged between six and 18 to come together and share their experiences of significant change and loss and learn the skills required to strengthen social and emotional wellbeing.

Service delivery 8 x 1 hour sessions weekly

Eligibility

UCWB is funded to provide Seasons for Growth for parents and families who live in:

  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected areas)
  • The City of Tea Tree Gully

Social Skills 

Supporting children identified as having delays in their social development through a variety of teaching methods.

 Service delivery 6 x 50 minutes weekly. Can be presented to entire classes or targeted groups.

UCWB is funded to provide Social Skills for parents and families who live in:

  • The City of Charles Sturt
  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected areas)
  • The City of Tea Tree Gully
  • The suburb of Ingle Farm

Unplugged

Helping parents identify children’s problematic gaming and develop practical strategies to support healthier gaming and internet use.

Service delivery 1 x 2 hour­ presentation. Can be delivered after-hours, to suit.

UCWB is funded to provide Unplugged to families with children in:

  • The City of Tea Tree Gully
  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected areas)

Unplugged can be offered outside of these areas for a small fee.

What’s the Buzz? 

A social skills enrichment program encouraging groups of primary school-aged children to develop skills in getting along with others. It uses direct teaching, role-playing, quizzes and lots of fun.

Service delivery 16 x 50 minutes weekly.  Can be presented to entire classes or targeted groups.

Eligibility

UCWB is funded to provide What’s the Buzz? for parents and families who live in:

  • The City of Charles Sturt
  • The City of Port Adelaide Enfield (selected areas)
  • The City of Tea Tree Gully
  • The suburb of Ingle Farm