*** Flood Update ***

Although our office at 16 Keen Street Lismore is a little soggy, our MJKIM team are still working to support young people through at home visits, visits to schools, and other outreach locations in Northern NSW including at the Northern Rivers Community Healing Hub at CASPA, 17 Keen Street Lismore.

If you are a parent/guardian or service provider who would like to make a referral to the Mijung Jarjums Kids in Mind Program please click on the MAKE A REFERRAL button below and you will be directed to our Online Referral Form.

Promoting wellbeing and resilience in our children and young people.

Mijung Jarjums Kids in Mind promotes the wellbeing of children and young people up to 18 years of age who are at risk of developing – or showing early signs of – mental illness, and their families. Non-clinical mental health services aim to reduce the risk factors and increase the protective factors that can facilitate resilience in young people.

Mijung Jarjums = Happy Kids in Bundjalung Language

We all want kids and young people to be well, happy and to lead full lives. But sometimes being a kid can be tough and there are times when we all need someone to talk to. Mijung Jarjums Kids in Mind is all about promoting wellbeing and resilience in our kids and young people. It’s about recognising when our kids need a little extra support and ensuring that those children who are vulnerable to developing mental illness, get the help and support they need.

 

REFERRAL

If you are a parent/guardian or service provider who would like to make a referral to the Mijung Jarjums Kids in Mind Program please click on the MAKE A REFERRAL button below and you will be directed to our Online Referral Form.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are an organisation referring a family please add your name and contact details in the OTHER SERVICES INVOLVED section.

If you have any queries, not answered in our FAQ section please don’t hesitate to call

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