There Is Always Help At Hand

– Helplines, agencies, apps

If you are seeking immediate support – and we are unavailable – please call or visit one of the helplines or agencies listed below. We have also listed some apps which may be of assistance in the short term. Please do call us during our opening hours to make an appointment so that we may help at our earliest possible availability.

Help Lines for support counselling

Crisis Care

Salvation Army

Suicide Emergency Services

  • Ph: 9381 5555

Samaritans Youth Line

  • Ph: 9388 2500

Life Line (24 hour support counselling for people who may be suicidal)

Life Line (information line)

  • Ph: 1300 13 11 14

Family Support

  • Ph: 1300 368 186

Pregnancy Help Line

Helpful information for people experiencing mental health issues

Beyondblue

  • (a national organisation providing resources for depression, anxiety and related misuse disorders, and for young people)
  • www.beyondblue.org.au

MensLine Australia

  • (MensLine Australia is a telephone and online counselling service for men with family and relationship concerns)
  • www.mensline.org.au
Helpful apps

Headspace

Quick Links

Referral form PDF

Referral form w/GPMHCP docx/PDF

GP Information & Tools

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