Feel connected
to who you are
and life!

Become the person you want to be.

Not Feeling Good about Yourself and Life ?

We get it. It's perfectly normal. When you have a strong sense of who you are, you are more likely to find your direction and feel empowered to take the right steps to move forward and live the best life possible. At Highway, we promote optimal functioning and mental health, by fostering a stronger sense of authentic self, self-determined purpose, meaningful engagement and connections. We help young people connect to themselves, with others, and the world by inspiring hope and confidence in an uncertain future beyond loneliness. Highway provides safe, confidential, and free programs to support young people to gain confidence to take action and alleviate distress from loneliness and social isolation.

Highway Foundation welcomes young people from all ethnicities, gender and backgrounds. We are an inclusive youth charity with no religious affiliations. We are forging a new path in youth health and wellbeing.


An online One-on-One 60-minute session with a Highway Youth Facilitator. Our sessions are transformational spaces that help you power through whatever you are going through in life.

May Session Dates Every Week
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
7:00pm and 8.30pm

Group Online Sessions facilitated by a Highway Youth Facilitator. Through group reflection and exercises you will connect to who you are, what you want to do and where you want to go in life.

May Sessions Start Dates

Youth online workshop on money and wealth. Feel empowered about your future and take away the fear of money by understanding money. Learn about money, wealth and create your budget and life plan for 2023.
July Workshop Dates
Monday 10th, 17th and 24th July
Time: 7.30-9.00pm

Registration Fee $9.99 (RRP $300)
Limited Seats

Taking the time to know yourself

Uncovering what is important to you or working through something that is difficult is not done overnight. It is a journey. You are taking the time to understand yourself. That is why a 60-minute Highway Companion Session or a Highway Journey which is made of four 90-minute weekly sessions online can make quite a difference to your self-belief and perspective.

What young people say about their 60-min Highway Companion Session

What young people say about their Highway Journey experience

Why young people come to us

Want to make a change in your life - big or small? Highway is here to support you. We are not counsellors, mentors, therapists or a religious group. We are Australia’s premier youth charity that help young people uncover their true selves. Not feeling heard? Talk to us instead. Highway is here to help you feel more like you. Sign up now to have a chat about joining one of our amazing Highway groups facilitated by trained youth facilitators. They are young people just like you. Your journey starts today.

Key reasons young people reach out to Highway Foundation

We need a new path. Highway is leading a new way.
The statistics reflect the trend for the youth of today.


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All donations to our charity are tax deductible.

We are a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profit Commission. We are also endorsed by the Ministry of Family and Social Services as a Harms Prevention Charity. Highway Foundation welcomes all young people from all ethnicities, genders and backgrounds. We help young people belong and become the person they want to be!

We are not an emergency service.

If you have something serious to talk about or need,
find the right service and support that can help you.

Highway Foundation acknowledges the lands that we meet wherever we are in Australia. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and celebrate with pride the Aboriginal peoples, their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters.