Useful numbers

In case of emergency, always call 000 and don’t forget that your local GP and medical centre is able to provide mental health-based sessions (bi-weekly or weekly check-ins) while you’re waiting to see a mental health clinician.

Otherwise, if you need someone to talk to try one of these services:

Crisis Support (24 hours unless otherwise specified)

Beyond Blue     1300 224 636

LIFELINE     13 11 14

Suicideline (including text back & online service)     1300 651 251

Safe Steps Family Violence Response Service     1800 015 188

Australian Centre for Grief & Bereavement     1800 642 066 (9am – 5pm)

KIDS HELPLINE     1800 551 800

Sexual Assault Crisis Line     1800 806 292

GRIEFLINE     1300 845 745 (12midday to 3am)

Gambler’s Help     1800 858 858

Parentline     13 22 89 (8am to midnight)

Mensline     1300 789 978


Mental Health Support – Crisis Assessment Team (C.A.T) 

Outer Eastern CAT     1300 721 927

Southern Health CAT     1300 369 012


Child Protection/Family Support Services

DHHS (after hours)     131 278

Child First     9705 3939


If you want evidence-based, self-help resources, please check out:

Client Resource Centre

http://www.raisingchildren.net.au

http://www.beyondblue.org.au

http://www.headspace.com (including self-guided meditation and stress-reduction programs)


And finally, you can email 12points.psychology@gmail.com with THERATRAK in the subject if you want to be informed when we launch our online therapeutic support platform in a few weeks time, or complete the contact form below.


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