A foundation for the development of effective suicide prevention initiatives
The Suicide Call Back Service is a 24-hour, nationwide service that provides telephone and online counselling to people 15 years and over who fit one of the following categories:
The Suicide Call Back Service is especially suited to people who are geographically or emotionally isolated.
Provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live.
Information on symptoms, treatment and prevention of depression and bipolar disorder.
Short-term counselling and emotional and psychological support services for carers and their families in each state and territory.
Free online and telephone service that supports young people aged between 12 and 25 and their families going through a tough time.
A free, private and confidential, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.
A telephone and online support, information and referral service, helping men to deal with relationship problems in a practical and effective way.
An innovative website dedicated to providing access to trusted, relevant mental health care services, online programs and resources.
An online and telephone clinic providing free assessment and treatment services for Australian adults with anxiety or depression.
A provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities.
Information about mental illness, treatments, where to go for support and help carers.
Information, resources, counselling and group support to those bereaved by suicide. Education and professional development to health, welfare and education professionals.
QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for LGBTI people. The project provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to diverse people of all ages experiencing poor mental health, psychological distress, social isolation, discrimination, experiences of being misgendered and/or other social determinants that impact on their health and wellbeing.
Open Arms care about the health and wellbeing of all veterans and their family members, no matter when or where they served.