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VicHealth works for the health and wellbeing of all Victorians.
VicHealth’s Bright Futures for Young Victorians Challenge provides support for projects which promote community and young people's (12–25 years old) resilience, social connection and mental wellbeing.
The Top Spin competition shows the power of young Victorians voices and their concerns on alcohol industry tactics.
VicHealth's Innovation Challenge has continued in 2018 to fund new ideas to get more Victorians moving through sport.
This Girl Can celebrates women who are all kinds of active. Women who are giving their all, or giving it a go, but not giving a damn!
VicHealth is proud to partner with Creative Victoria and other agencies in this cross-government initiative, which that will explore the social impact of the creative industries.
How can we support young Victorians as they navigate the challenging gap between education and finding purposeful work?
VicHealth is enabling more people in regional Victoria to be physically active in healthier sporting environments.
The VicHealth Indicators Survey is a Victorian community wellbeing survey.
Walk to School is a fun and easy way for Victorian primary school kids to build healthy habits for life.
VicHealth is investing more than $3 million to change cultures of risky drinking in Victoria.
Young Victorian workers will soon be able to use their smartphones to help guide them through an increasingly turbulent job landscape as part of VicHealth’s Tomorrow Me project.
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