If you feel your mental health is getting in the way of your daily life it is important to get support and to ask for help.
The NRL’s State of Mind program partners with four national mental health services providers who can provide you with the help needed.
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis access to online, phone and face-to-face crisis support and suicide prevention services. These services are delivered by 11,000 volunteers.
Suicide remains the leading cause of death for Australian men under the age of 44. Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute.
Need crisis support now? We’re here to help. Call 13 11 14 (24/7).
Kids Helpline is a free, 24 hour counselling service for young people aged 5-25 years. Counselling is offered by phone, email and over the web.
We care and we listen, any time and for any reason.
Call 1800 55 1800 or visit http://www.kidshelp.com.au/.
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. We help young people who are going through a tough time.
Looking for someone to talk to? If you're 12-25, you can get health advice, support and information from headspace. With more than 90 centres around Australia, headspace can help you with:
How can headspace help? Find out here!
To find your nearest headspace centre or for online and telephone mental health support visit www.headspace.org.au.
The Black Dog Institute is an expert in the development of new programs to prevent, treat and manage poor mental health. Our unique clinical care model includes online, mobile apps, face-to-face and telepsychiatry to ensure patients across the country have access to the best possible services.
The Black Dog is not a crisis helpline. If you or someone you know is suffering extreme distress and needs urgent assistance, call Lifeline on 13 11 14, or go to a hospital emergency department.
For more information visit www.blackdoginstitute.org.au.
We’re Le Va. We’re a not-for-profit organisation focussed on wellbeing based in Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand.
The intention of all our work is to support people and their families to unleash their full potential. To do this, we walk alongside individuals, families, communities and services and provide carefully developed, evidence-based and co-designed resources, tools, information, knowledge and support services. These are all designed to contribute to the best outcomes possible to ensure families and communities have every opportunity to unleash their potential and flourish.
We specialise in Pasifika wellbeing - Le Va literally refers to the “space between”, the relational space. In terms of human interaction, va is the space that relates. We see Pasifika wellbeing in a holistic way – taking in to account all dimensions of a person, family or community – physical, mental, social, environmental and spiritual. This is reflected in our diverse portfolio of work across mental health, addiction, disability, suicide prevention, violence prevention, public health, general health, sport, local government and education.
Our evidence-based work is co-created with the people who use services, our cultural knowledge holders and expert thought leaders.
You can find out more about us and our work, on our website: www.leva.co.nz.
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