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We all have good days and bad days. Then there are those days when something isn’t quite right, you’ve got something on your mind, or things just seem too much. Whatever it may be, sharing the load with someone else can really help. So no matter who you are, or how you’re feeling, you can talk it through with us – we’ll point you in the right direction so you can seek further support.

Call 1300 22 4636 24 hours / 7 days a week

If you are in an emergency, or at immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, please contact emergency services on 000.

To talk to someone now call

Suicide Call Back Service

1300 659 467

Lifeline

13 11 14

LIFE LINE – SAVING LIVES

https://www.lifeline.org.au

Lifeline Services

Lifeline provides all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to online, phone and face-to-face crisis support and suicide prevention services. Find out how these services can help you, a friend or loved one.

13 11 14 – 24hr Telephone Crisis Support

13 11 14 is a confidential telephone crisis support service available 24/7 from a landline, payphone or mobile.

Anyone across Australia experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide can contact Lifeline. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation our trained volunteers are ready to listen, provide support and referrals.

We answer around 1800 calls every day from Australians needing crisis support and suicide prevention services.

If you need crisis support call 13 11 14 now.

If life is in immediate danger call 000.

What happens when you call 13 11 14

Our trained Telephone Crisis Supporters will answer your call and:

  • Listen to your situation
  • Provide immediate support
  • Assist to clarify options and choices available to you
  • Provide you with referral information for other services in your local area.

Your call will be answered as soon as possible by the next available crisis supporter. If your call isn’t answered straight away, it means we are experiencing high demand for our service and helping other Australians in need.

Please stay on the line or call back later.

If you are in immediate danger call 000.

 

Crisis Support Chat

You can chat to Lifeline one-on-one using our online crisis chat service which is available 7 days a week from 7pm-4am (AEST).

Anyone in Australia experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide who feels more comfortable contacting us online rather than over the phone can use this service.

During a chat session, trained Online Crisis Supporters will:

  • Listen to your situation
  • Provide immediate support
  • Assist to clarify options and choices available to you
  • Provide you with referral information for other services in your
    local area

Demand for our crisis support chat service is high and wait times can be long. Please be patient. You could also call 13 11 14.

Call 000 if you are in immediate danger.

 

 

 

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What we do

Soldier On supports those who have served by focusing on their physical and mental health, their community and their future. We have assisted thousands as they have dealt with physical and psychological wounds from their service.

 

Soldier On has Reintegration and Recovery Centres throughout Australia as part of its Reintegration and Recovery Network

https://www.soldieron.org.au/

 

VVAA

The VVAA remains a wholly volunteer body, whose sole interest is the welfare of veterans and the families of veterans. It has strong representation in every State and Territory, and very close ties with equivalent organisations in the United States and New Zealand. The relationship between the now R&SL and the Association has matured into one of mutual respect, and many members of the Association also enjoy membership of the R&SL.

VVCS provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL, nation-wide counselling and support for war and service-related mental health conditions, such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance and anger.

Support is also available to all veterans, eligible ADF members, and their dependant families, offering support for relationship and family matters that can arise due to the unique nature of military service.

VVCS counsellors have an understanding of military culture and can work with clients to find effective solutions for improved mental health and wellbeing.

VVCS counsellors are available Australia wide, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, by calling 1800 011 046.

For help, or to find your nearest VVCS centre, call 1800 011 046 or go to the VVCS website.