Rize Above is a multi-stream primary prevention relationship education program for young people, built with the guidance and influence of young community members.
We develop and deliver a flexible and diverse range of community education and community empowerment activities.
We provide information and training sessions designed to improve the knowledge and skills of people delivering support services to people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. These sessions focus on addressing the cultural and language barriers experienced by CALD groups, and provide expert advice.
We work with people, families, and communities whose lives are being affected negatively by gambling or excessive gaming.
We work with people who are struggling to manage their finances because of gambling.
We work with same sex attracted (SSA) individuals from diverse backgrounds, and their families and friends.
We provide opportunities for people with common interests to meet in a supportive environment where it is safe to share their experiences and learn from each other.
We work with individuals and families affected by or at risk of HIV, hepatitis B and/or C, or by sexually transmissible infections (STIs). This can include migrants, refugees, sex workers and international students of all ages and genders.
We work with women affected by or at risk of HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We provide free counselling information, and support services. Women can also ask for a worker who is also living with HIV.
The Good Life Project is about building healthy and safe relationships.