More Sources of Help
Below is a list of various organisations that may be of help to you.
Please remember that our main form of support & referral is through our helpline, on 13 11 14. Call us.
- Attention Deficit Disorder, Parenting South Australia - Helping parents be their best.
- Beyond Blue - An Australia site with information on depression.
- BluePages Information on Depression - Information about depression for consumers, produced by the Centre
for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University, CSIRO
Mathematical & Information Sciences with the assistance of an
- Cannibis Information & Helpline - For information and support for concerns about cannabis use, contact the Cannabis Information & Helpline on 1800 30 40 50.
- Carers Australia - Supporting information for carers including parents, families,
teachers, friends, and professional carers of people with disacility
and mental illness.
- CatholicCare - CatholicCare provides counselling and other services for the social and emotional wellbeing of communities, families and individuals.
- Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression - A group of researchers and clinicians concerned with anxiety and
depression. The website provides self help information and facts about
mental illness such as depression, panic attacks and anxiety.
- Commonwealth Carelink - information centres for older people,
people with disabilities and those who provide care and services. Centres
provide free and confidential information on community aged care, disability
and other support services available locally, interstate or anywhere
- The Compassionate Friends assist families in the positive resolution of grief following the death of a child and to provide information to help others be supportive.
- Headroom - Formerly known as Partnership with Young People Project (PYPP), a
South Australian mental health promotion project managed by the
Division of Mental Health, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide.
This website aims to inform young people, their caregivers and service
providers about positive mental health.
- Health Insite - A portal to mental health issues.
- Kids Helpline - A national telephone counselling service for young people aged between 5-18 years. Free call - 1800 55 1800.
- LivingWorks Education, Inc (Canada)
- Mens Stuff - Counselling and wellbeing workshop resources
- MoodGYM - Training programs about cognitive behaviour therapy for preventing depression.
- Multicultural Mental Health Australia - Multicultural Mental Health Australia provides national leadership in
mental health and suicide prevention for Australians from culturally
and linguistically diverse backgrounds and works to promote better
mental health and well-baing for a diverse community.
- Read the Signs - Are you or is someone you know at risk of suicide?
- Reach Out! - An initiative of the Inspire Foundation for young people to help
themselves and get involved in their community through difficult times
- Relationships Australia Non-profit community based organisation providing counselling and other professional services to support relationships.
- SANE Australia - A national charity helping people affected by mental illness. SANE Australia Helpline Free call - 1800 18 SANE (7263).
- The Australian Governmment Department of Health and Aging
- The Mental Health Council of Australia - An independent, non-government sector peak body established under the
National Mental Health Strategy to represent and promote the interests
of the mental health sector and advise on mental health in Australia.
- Violence Against Women - Australia Says No - Domestic Violence Counselling and Referral line
We support people in need, in many ways.
Our services include:
- 24hr Telephone Crisis Support
- Face-to-Face counselling
- Suicide prevention programs
- Emergency relief
- Community Aid
- Support Line
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"Training was excellent, as was being part of such a well organised, dedicated, humble & grateful organisation."
Testimonial from Phone crisis supporter (Dec 2006)