If you are in an emergency situation or need immediate assistance, contact mental health services or emergency services on 000.
Headspace has a range of ways to support you online or by phone. You can get support for your mental health by simply creating a headspace account. Why create and account? Access a range of personalised services, information and support with help always at hand. Log in to chat to other people like you or get 1-on-1 direct support with a clinician.
Lifeline has confidential one-to-one options with a trained Lifeline Crisis Supporter. Click here to connect.
Headspace – A community Group Chat session is your opportunity to speak anonymously online to our mental health professionals and hear from others about a topic that will be discussed.
There are group chats led by professionals or clinicians as well as weekly peer led chats. Click on the link to Headspace to learn more.
Qheadspace online peer support
For lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, questioning and queer (LGBTIQ+) young people (aged 12-25). Young people can seek support online from ‘Queer Peers’- young people who have lived experience and training in peer support in a safe and welcoming space.
Young LGBTIQ+ people can log on anonymously and ask questions, about a range of topics like confusion about sexuality or gender, coming out to parents and friends, sex, sexual health, dating, or support services. Young people are welcome to log in and actively participate or just watch the discussion. Young people who might need professional support can be referred to eheadspace clinicians.
Create a place where you can collect and manage resources to build your own personalised mental health toolkit.