The Naked Farmer talks about the importance of community when it comes to the drought.
If you are stressed about the drought, here are some resources to help you cope and support you to be there for your teenager and family.
Use this quiz to help find support outside the traditional GP and health setting.
Hear how the locals in Parkes support their mates through the drought.
We spoke to a young person living in regional NSW about juggling their year 12 exams and their life
Hear about how Parkes locals relax and unwind from the stress of the drought.
Giving yourself the time and space to cope with the drought will be a little easier with these tips.
Support your teenager through the drought by talking to them about what's happening.
We’ve put together a list of support services that can support you during a drought.
Help your family take care of themselves even when time and money are tight due to the drought.
Check out our tips for talking to a teenager about money being an issue during the drought.
You can do some simple things to help your teenager put coping skills into action.
Resilient teenagers recover from setbacks, adapt to change, and keep going in the face of adversity.
Anna Sidis explains why self-care is important for teenagers and gives some practical tips.
A group of parents share their tips for making chats with your teenager more than “yeah” and “nah”.
Getting help from people in similar situations can be great for feeling like you're not alone.
Dr Bill Kefalas shares his top stress reduction tips and how GP's can help.
Be confident that you can figure out the most appropriate support for teenage depression.
Make wellbeing a priority for your teenager by developing a wellbeing plan.