Mental Health Services


“What mental health needs are more sunlight, more candour, a more unashamed conversation about illnesses that affect not only individuals but their families as well.”

- Glenn Close


Get Help


If you feel that something has gone wrong in your life, or you suffer from anxiety, depression and think about suicide, do not remain alone with your thoughts and problems, ask for help.

People who can help you (only if these are people you trust):

  • Your relatives (mother, father, brother or sister, grandparents, aunties or uncles)
  • Your friends or their parents
  • Your school teachers
  • Your doctor
  • Your coach
  • Or ask for help from Mental health services (you can find them in the table below)

Lifeline

Visit the Lifeline website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Phone: 13 11 14

Online chat: available

Lifeline provides 24-hr. service for crisis support and suicide prevention

(Screenshot: Lifeline)


Beyond Blue

Visit the Beyond Blue website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Online forums: 24/7 service

Phone: 1300 22 4636 (24/7)

Chat online: available 3 pm - 12 am/7 days

Beyond Blue provides 24-hr. support for mental health issues

(Screenshot: Beyond Blue)


Kids Helpline

Visit the Kids Helpline website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Online chat: available

Phone: 1800 55 1800

For people from 5 and 25 years (to talk about feelings you have about your studies, personal relationships and other reasons)

(Screenshot: Kids Helpline)


Suicide Call Back Service

Visit the Suicide Call Back Service website to find more information (opens in a new window)

Ages: 15 +

Video chat: available

Online chat: available

Phone: 1300 659 467 (24/7)

Suicide Call Back Service provides 24-hr. service for crisis support and suicide prevention

(Screenshot: Suicide Call Back Service)


Headspace

This is the national youth mental health foundation. Visit the Headspace website to find more information (opens in a new window).

Find a centre (opens in a new window)

Phone: (03) 9027 0100

(Screenshot: Headspace)


ReachOut.com

Visit the ReachOut website to find more information (opens in a new window)

This is Australia's leading online mental health organisation for young people.

(Screenshot: ReachOut.com)

 

 

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