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Programs available

There are currently three different versions of BRiTA Futures program: adolescents, primary school aged children, and one designed for adults and parents.

The resiliency building program utilises creative and interactive activities, discussion questions and take home activities to facilitate the learning of key objectives. Each version of the program has a training program for facilitators, a facilitator's manual and evaluation materials. 

BRiTA Futures is designed for use with small groups in education or community settings, youth related agencies, settlement services, and other relevant human service environments.  It can be used with people who were born overseas and migrated here either recently or sometime ago, with those with a recent refugee background, or those who are from second or subsequent generation migrant families who are still dealing with acculturation issues.

View our BRiTA Futures Program brochure (PDF, 535.07 KB)

Program aims

The aim of BRiTA Futures is to:

  • promote resilience towards the stress of acculturation
  • promote wellbeing and self-esteem
  • recognise and celebrate cultural and personal strengths as well as differences
  • teach new life skills and coping strategies
  • practice problem solving and conflict resolution
  • strengthen relationship skills and connectedness
  • build community and peer networks/supports
  • practice goal setting.
Last updated 8 June 2021
Last reviewed 8 June 2021