Sane

SANE’s inclusive services have been informed by intellectual disability advisory bodies and people living with intellectual disabilities and co-occurring mental health issues. You can feel comfortable reaching out to SANE.

Head to Health

Head to Health is a website of apps, online programs, online forums as well as a range of digital information resources. If you live in NSW, Victoria or Tamania you call and talk to a mental health professional.

Brother to Brother

The Brother to Brother crisis line provides phone support for Aboriginal men who need someone to talk to about relationship issues, family violence, parenting, drug and alcohol issues or who are struggling to cope for other reasons.

The line is staffed by Aboriginal men, including Elders, who have a lived experience in the issues that the line offers support for.

QLife

QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTI peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

QLife services are free and include both telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country. Our services are for LGBTI individuals, their friends and families, and health professionals in Australia.

Beyond the telephone, QLife offers webchat for people who prefer online interactions or for whom the phone is impractical.

Thirrili

The Indigenous Suicide Postvention Services supports individuals, families, and communities affected by suicide or other significant trauma. A Postvention Advocate can be contacted 24/7/. The telephone service is usually answered by one of our Indigenous Suicide Postvention Advocates. If for some reason the call is diverted to message bank, callers are asked to leave a message with their best contact number and the Indigenous Suicide Postvention Advocate will call them back as soon as possible.

13Yarn

13YARN [Thirteen YARN] is the first national crisis support line for mob who are feeling overwhelmed or having difficulty coping. We offer a confidential one-on-one yarning opportunity with a Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Crisis Supporter.

Black dog

The Black Dog Institute promotes better mental health through their clinically-endorsed school, workplace and community programs. They are also involved in training the next generation of health care providers through GP, psychologist and psychiatrist programs.

Ryde Clinic (DDHU)

A State-wide Health Clinic for Adolescents and Adults with a Developmental Disability. This clinic provides a medical and health consultant service for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The Clinic works in conjunction with the person’s General Practitioner to ensure high quality health care through a network of medical specialists and allied health professionals.

Mind Australia

Mind supports people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives.

Griefline

Griefline supports anyone experiencing grief, facing any type of loss, providing access to free telephone and online support services and resources