COPMI developed information for children, young people, parents, and their family and friends about parents and parenting with a mental illness to support the wellbeing of children and young people. Access reliable information for kids and young people, helping the child, helping the parent, information for grandparents, professional development and more.Go to Resource
The YCN is a nationally coordinated resource to raise young carer awareness, provide information, and direct young carers to appropriate pathways for support.
We work to enable young carers to engage with each other through a range of opportunities to share and connect.Go to Resource
Supporting young people aged 4 – 25 who provide care for a family member affected by disability, chronic or mental illness, addiction or frail age. Mentoring, tutoring, dream experiences, holiday programs, personal development programs and more.Go to Resource
Young carers are children and young people, 25 years or under, who help to support a family member or friend living with a disability, mental illness, drug or alcohol dependency, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is frail. This organisation and website provides resources, programs, supports and stories; all the supports for the young carers in our community.Go to Resource
Mental health young carers are children, teens and young people who are 25 years old or younger who provide support to a family member, partner or friend who is living with a mental health condition. See this page for resources, tips, strategies, apps and support services.Go to Resource