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Many mental health topics and community organisations that adolescents, parents and teachers may find helpful as an information starting point.

When life gets challenging, it can really help to talk to someone about what's going on for you.

The information that can be accessed on this website is not a substitute for professional care.  If you are in need of urgent support or are worried about someone, please contact your local doctor or one of the agencies listed below.

If you are worried about your mental health, or the mental health of anyone else you know, contact one of the organisations listed. If you are not sure which organisation to contact, please call or email Kids Helpline or Lifeline. If you have some questions and need some good info about youth mental health, check out www.headspace.org.au. Also, check Reach Out for fun apps, daily texts and heaps of information on relationships, wellbeing and how to get through tough times.

 

Kids Helpline is a free phone, web and email counseling service for young people aged 5-25. 

  

Lifeline is a crisis support and suicide prevention hotline. Trained volunteers are ready to listen, provide support and referrals. counsellor@kidshelp.com.au or direct phone line 131114. Contact 24/7.

Beyond  Blue empowers youth to seek help and support via phone and online chat.

Phone 1300 224 636.  Contact can be made 24/7. Chat Online 3pm-12am

Kids Help Line Means you Are Not Alone

KHL means you don't have to go it alone. We're there for you. Call us anytime to talk about anything. 1800 55 1800. www.kidshelp.com.au Share this with someone you love. Let them know you care and so do we. #KidsHelplineAU #KHLnotalone

Brains can have a mind of their own

Brains can have a mind of their own.

Is yours making it hard to sleep? Is yours making you feel worried or on edge all the time? Is yours making it hard to concentrate?

Find out why at youthbeyondblue.com