Click on the items below to find out more about the following services & supports:
Counselling - Counselling services provide a structured conversation about addressing and resolving specific problems, making decisions, working through feelings and inner conflicts or improving relationships with others.
Self Help and Mutual Support - Services that provide information and peer support to people with a lived experience of mental illness, either online or face-to-face. People discuss shared experiences, coping strategies and to provide information and referrals.
Online Resources - Things that you and your family can do online to look after your mental health and bounce back from a difficult life event.
Helplines - Information, counselling and referrals via the phone or internet, specialist suicide phone services and treatment programs.
Neighbourhood & Community Centres - A connection point, gathering place and provider of a range of services for local residents.
Wider Health and Community Services - links to directories that will help you find wider health and community services.
Emergency Alternatives - Sick or injured after hours? if it is urgent call 000, if not, there are other options tan making a trip to hospital emergency department.