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My Mind Check is one part of a school’s approach to wellbeing.

Implementing in-school programs should be aligned with school existing strategy and policy.Resources are provided as suggestions should the school wish to provide in-school programs that align with the My Mind Check domains. The My Mind Check portal provides school champions with suggestions for resources that may be relevant to implement within the school environment. Schools are not required to implement any of these programs.

These in-school suggestions take two forms:

Suitable for all or any student (typically delivered in large groups) in the school within the nominated age range, regardless of their My Mind Check outcome. These are typically programs that emphasise skill building and focus on prevention.

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Suitable for individuals or small groups of students who may need or want support within a mental health and wellbeing domain, i.e. those who were flagged vulnerable (amber) or struggling (red) via My Mind Check. 

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In-school resources recommended within My Mind Check have been curated according to the following guidelines. 

Universal programs – Whole School/ Year Level  

  • Sourced from Be You (at least ¾ evidence rating) and state-based Department of Education databases in addition to free evidence informed programs from reputable Australian government supported organisations.   
  • Programs must align with current evidence-based care recommendations. 

Targeted programs – Individual or Small Groups 

  • Sourced from Be You (at least ¾ evidence rating) and state-based Department of Education databases in addition to free evidence informed programs from reputable Australian government supported organisations.  
  • Programs must align with current evidence-based care recommendations.  
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Supporting youth mental health

Accessing information and support for students

You may have some concerns for one of your students and you’re curious about what options are available to support them. Or perhaps your student has recently scored high on one of the domains in My Mind Check.

My Mind Check has applied stringent guidelines when selecting programs and resources, sourcing fact sheets from reputable Australian government supported organisations.