Suicide Call Back Service is a nationwide service that provides professional 24/7 telephone and online counselling to people who are affected by suicide.
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Phone and online counselling is seen by many to be a helpful alternative to traditional face-to-face counselling because of its less confronting approach. Our professionally trained counsellors have specialist skills in working with suicide-related issues and they can help you to work through the pain and distress you may be feeling.Learn More
Get help and support from our extensive list of suicide resources. We have information for anyone affected by suicide, including: Anyone who is feeling suicidal, is worried about someone, or has lost someone to suicide as well as information for health professionals supporting individuals.Learn More
The Suicide Call Back Service is a free, professional, 24 hour seven days a week national counselling service that provides free telephone and online counselling. You can call us anywhere and anytime on 1300 659 467.Learn More
Top Topics of 2018
We are constantly striving to provide helpful resources and blog content that supports people dealing with suicide. This year we covered topics that address three key areas: Feeling suicidal, Worried about someone and Lost someone to suicide. So as we round out another year, we’re having a look back at the content and information our community found most useful throughout 2018.More
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Loneliness and social relationships: 14 tips to connect with others
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Depression symptoms: Am I depressed?
Depression is a consistent and intense state of sadness that is negatively impacting your life. Recognising depression symptoms can be the first step in getting help. Read our list of common symptoms you may be experiencing if you are depressed.More