Kids on Track is an 8 week schools early intervention program that covers topics such as anxiety and depression, drugs and alcohol, anger management, cyber safety and bullying.
Kids on Track aims to give students the ability to learn positive behaviours in themselves and others, and the skills to make better informed choices so they have the opportunity for a better future.
Grade 5 and 6 students.
All Victorian Primary Schools within Southern Melbourne region
This program is funded solely through the generosity of our donor community.
(After the Healthy Women Healthy Relationships course) I am on the lookout now - next time I am in a relationship, I will be able to recognise the signs of domestic violence and I won’t let myself get stuck in that sort of position again.
We are thrilled to say that our new Initiative Building Respectful Relationships has been a great success. Over 100 Year 8 students from Cranbourne Secondary College, underwent the program facilitated by two members of our Counselling team with specialist knowledge of family violence, relationships, sexual assault and gender-based violence.Read more
Eve was a premature baby and had a lot of health issues including trouble feeding resulting in delayed growth. This meant having a peg fitted into Eve's tummy to ensure she received the correct amount of nutrients and kilojoules everyday which was closely monitored by a dietician. When we first met Eve and her family, they where using a long day care service however, their GP referred them to Windermere.Read more
Growing up was long hard struggle for Jessica, who describes her mother as being verbally abusive towards her. An already troubled relationship with her parents became even more strained when mum and dad separated; leading Jessica to pack her bags and left home at 18.Read more
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48 Webb Street
Narre Warren, VIC 3805
ABN: 63 066 828 936
Registered Charity Number: A0025460D
Donations greater than $2 are tax deductible for Australian tax payers.
Phone: 1300 946 337
Fax: (03) 9796 7650