Mental Health Support

When you feel that you are struggling and the need to put your hand up for help there are a range of resources and services to choose from.   As well as the contact points each agency provides for its people there are terrific mental health services anyone in the community can access.  This includes:

Beyond Blue

Anyone feeling anxious or depressed

Beyondblue.org.au

1300 22 46 36

Check in app

An app for people that want to check in with a friend but are concerned about saying the wrong thing or making the situation worse.

LifeLine

Anyone having a personal crises

LifeLine.org.au

131114

MensLine Australia

Men with emotional or relationship concerns

Mensline.org.au

1300 78 99 78

Bush Fire Support Service 

The Bush Fire Support Service offers mental health support to emergency services workers and their families who have
experienced trauma and are seeking support.

The service provides a range of mental health and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) services developed and delivered by the Black Dog Institute and administered by the Department of Home Affairs.

 

Suicide Call Back Service

24/7 help for anyone contemplating suicide

https://www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au/

1300 659 467

Headspace

Free online or telephone support for 12-25 year olds

Headspace.org.au

1800 650 890

QLife

Free LGBTI peer support and referral from 3pm-midnight everyday

qlife.org.au

1800 184 527

Kids HelpLine

Free phone counselling  for anyone going through a hard time, for ages 5-12, 13-17, 18-25, and for parents/carers and teachers/schools

kidshelpline.com.au

1800 551 800

RU OK

Resources to help you have a meaningful conversation

ruok.com.au