If you require emergency mental health help :
Clients are advised that if they wish to make contact by mobile or by email outside of business hours, there may be a delay receiving a response. It may be more appropriate therefore to contact your GP in the case of an emergency.
There is a range of community based services and resources you can access online and by telephone should you want to explore alternative options for support.
We have listed just a few of these below for your convenience.
Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service – Ph: 1800 512 348
Australian Department of Health COVID-19 mental health support.
OnTrack is a free online treatment program that helps you self-manage your recovery from depression. It focuses on practical things you can do to make things better and helps you to set goals.
MoodGYM is an innovative, interactive web program designed to prevent depression. It consists of 5 modules, an interactive game, anxiety and depression assessments, downloadable relaxation audio, a workbook and feedback assessment.
The Head to Health website has helpful resources from a range of mental health websites. It has information about:
The Reachout Australia website has information to support young people experiencing mental health issues.
You can also find a list of mental health programs on the Department of Health website. There is a range of programs to suit different mental health needs.
Counselling services for anyone at anytime.
Phone 13 11 14
Telephone and online counselling for young people aged 12-25.
Phone 1800 551 800
Information, advice and referral for mental illness.
Phone 1800 187 263
Information and referral for depression and anxiety.
Phone 1300 224 636
Support, counselling and education for parents.
Phone 1300 301 300
Peer counselling service for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people and their families and friends.
Phone 1800 184 527 (3pm to midnight)
Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service
Counselling and group programs for Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families.
Phone 1800 011 046
Support for family, friends and carers of people with mental illness.
Phone 1800 351 881
Telephone and online support, information and referral service to help men with relationship and other problems.
Phone 1300 789 978
Grow is Australia’s leading mutual help program for people with a mental illness.
For QLD residents, Queensland Alliance for Mental Health offers free online support services with a registered psychologist or social worker, accessed via online video chat.
You can expect fast access into the services provided by Dr Rebekah Doley.
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