We are passionate about improving outcomes for young people.

We are an independent business.

We have child and youth health and development potency.

We are responsive to our clients needs.

What do we do?

Health Connections provide workforce development for all professionals working with children and young people. Our approach offers organisations an opportunity to understand their teams’ areas of strength and areas for further development with a tailored programmes to address these.

Health Connections has vast experience in transforming services for children and young people. We achieve this by partnering with innovative and forward thinking agencies wanting to improve outcomes for their population. Health Connections strives to support agencies to improve access to quality health care for young people through their clinical expertise and strategic capability.

What are people saying about Health Connections?

  • Really enjoyed the training and new learning. Great Course and very relevant content; really enjoyed the role modelling activity – Awesome!
    Introduction to HEEADSSS course participant
    Midwife
  • Great course, opens up and challenges thinking, questioning process when working with adolescence; a very good course. Thank you. Informative, encouraging and thought provoking.
    Introduction to HEEADSSS Course Participant
    School nurse
  • It was a honour and pleasure to have you guys come out and share your wisdom thank you so much
    Robson Alualu Tavita
    Chief Executive for the Tuilaepa Youth Mentoring Service (TYMS)
  • Just needed to tell you that this stuff (oars and dares) is transformational. I've tried my first forays with adults (obesity and alcohol) and even with a couple of young people.
    Specialist Consultant
  • Many thanks for presenting at the Goodfellow Symposium. We were thrilled by the attendance, the atmosphere and the quality of presentations. Once again I appreciate your contribution to the success of the symposium.
    Professor Bruce Arroll
    Director - Goodfellow Unit