Suicide prevention is everyone’s business and it starts with me, with you, with us. On this page you will find important information that can be used when you or someone you know needs support to stay safe. Resources that assist in recognising signs in yourself or others and knowing how to have conversations and where to seek support.
If you are having suicidal thoughts, please talk to someone. The following services are available to you and to family members, carers and friends.
Suicide Call back Service
Free, confidential, support 24/7 from trained specialist counsellors 1300 659 467 (national)
Free, confidential support 24/7 13 11 14 (national)
Free, confidential support from trained specialist counsellors 24/7 1300 224 636
Free, confidential advice information and service referral from peer volunteers (note: this is not a crisis line) 1300 111 5000 (national, 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday)
Local psychologists can be found by contacting the Australian Psychological Society on (03) 8662 3300 (toll free 1800 333 497)
Local counsellors can be found by contacting the Australian Counsellors Association on 1300 784 333
Free, confidential advice information and service referral from peer volunteers (note: this is not a...
Information and links if you or someone you know is considering suicide.
Make a step-by-step plan to help you stay safe in those times when you're overwhelmed and are having...