Suicide Call Back Service
Suicide Call Back Service is a free nationwide service providing 24/7 phone and online counselling to people affected by suicide.Support and resources
Struggling to cope? Six reasons to reach out to family and friends
When facing challenges with our mental health, discussing it with those close to us might be the last thing we want to do. We might fear they won’t care or that we’ll be too vulnerable. However, opening up to someone can often make us feel much better. Here are six compelling reasons to reach out to someone when you’re finding it tough.View article
Loneliness and social relationships – 14 tips to connect with others
Social relationships are important as they can affect our physical and mental health. Learn about the 14 tips recommended by psychologists at the Australian Psychological Society to help connect with others and overcome loneliness.View article
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Stigma around suicide
While attention and support for mental health and mental illness continue to grow, the stigma around suicide continues.View article
Need to talk to someone?
Suicide Call Back Service offers free professional 24/7 telephone counselling support to people at risk of suicide, concerned about someone at risk, bereaved by suicide and people experiencing emotional or mental health issues.
Online Chat & Video Counselling
Suicide Call Back Service offers free professional 24/7 online counselling support to people at risk of suicide, concerned about someone at risk, bereaved by suicide and people experiencing emotional or mental health issues.
What to do in an emergency
If someone’s life is in danger or there is an immediate risk of harm, call emergency services on 000.
Suicide Call Back Service has advice on what to do if you are with a person at risk, if the person at risk has called you, or you need the poisons information hotline.Get help