A world-first initiative for
suicide prevention by ASPF 2020

Emergency Services

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Lifeline

https://www.lifeline.org.au/Get-Help/
13 11 14
24/7 telephone crisis support; web chat 8pm–4am.

Kids Helpline

http://www.kidshelp.com.au/teens/
1800 551 800
24/7 telephone support for young people up to 25; web chat times vary from state to state.

Suicide Call Back Service

https://www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au/
1300 659 467
24/7 telephone and online counselling and support, including up to 6 free sessions with the same counsellor.

Youth Beyondblue

http://www.youthbeyondblue.com/
1300 224 636
24/7 telephone support for young people up to 25; web chat 3pm–midnight.

Mensline

http://www.mensline.org.au/
1300 78 99 78
Telephone and online support, information and referral for men dealing with relationship problems; offers a free call-back service 9am–11pm; and free 30-minute online text and video counselling sessions.

eheadspace

https://www.eheadspace.org.au/
1800 650 890
Telephone and online counselling 9am–1am, 7 days.

The Samaritans

http://www.thesamaritans.org.au/
13 52 47
24/7 telephone counselling and support.

 

Blue Knot Helpline

For adults survivors of trauma and abuse.

1300 657 380

National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service.

1800 737 732

SANE Australia

For information, guidance, and referrals to manage mental health concerns.

1800 187 263

 

Your GP or psychiatrist

The Crisis Assessment Team (CAT) or Acute Treatment (AT) team at your local public hospital

    Australian Suicide
Prevention Foundation

For over 20 years we’ve provided Australia-wide suicide prevention to every and any vulnerable Australian, whether they be in metropolitan, rural or isolated areas.

Postal Address:

PO Box 222
North Melbourne VIC 3051

Office Address:

Suite 609, 89 High Street
Kew VIC 3101

Contact/Media

admin@aspf.org

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Support

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