Do you need immediate help?

If you, or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 000 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department. 

If you’re looking for somebody to talk to, call LifeLine on 13 11 14.

how we can help you

We aid and support people who might be fighting their way through challenging times. Utilising knowledge gained from renowned psychologists and counsellors, along with first-hand lived experience, our support pathway provides resources, information and a specialist referral network for anyone that requires specialised assistance.

Remember: we all experience challenging periods and you’re never alone. No two journeys are the same, but all feature three key steps, and we’ll be by your side for each of them.

1. Awareness

Take the first step in accepting something is wrong.

2. Acknowledgement

Acknowledge there’s support for you.

3. Action

Take action and find a pathway forward.

what we do

Together with our trusted network of partners, we’ll work closely with you to support you to share your story. We do this by utilising a case management approach to provide a range of strategies and resources to assist in finding the most effective pathway forward. This includes proven self-care strategies and in-patient programs, day education workshops or information about how to access specialist care. We look at (and listen to) what you need.

Taking the first step is often the hardest, so we take the time to make your journey as easy as possible. It takes a lot of courage to reach out — something you’ve already shown by coming this far.

Remember: no one travels their journey alone.

get in touch

need urgent help?

Support is available — no matter when or where you need it. Below, you’ll find a selection of trusted, confidential services with teams on hand to talk with 24/7.