Robina State High School has a School Based Youth Health Nurse (SBYHN).
Sarah is at the school most Mondays and Wednesdays.
Sarah is part of an SBYHN Team that also supports health promotion and education within classrooms in the areas of: Sexual Health, Mental Health, Negotiating Sex Safely, Respectful Relationships across public High Schools on the Gold Coast.
The SBYHN role at the school is to support students and their families around issues such as:
- Sexual Health
- Growth and Development
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Contraception and STIs
- Mental Health
- Personal and Family Problems
- Healthy Eating and Physical Activity
Sarah can be found in the Student Support Building and students can be referred to the SBYHN through any school staff. Students can also drop in to see Sarah on a Monday by presenting to the student services and making an enquiry.
The SBYHN is employed by QLD Health to support young people navigate teen years safely and provides a confidential service for young people.