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Online resources

Online resources

Online resources and e-mental health services

Websites, online resources and e-health services can be valuable tools for people seeking mental health support.

If you have limited access to services because you're not able to see someone face-to-face, you may find these services particularly helpful.

Head to Health

The Australian Government launched this new service, which makes it easier for people to access free or low-cost digital mental health services.


eMHprac has compiled a list of e-mental health services across a range of areas that are easily accessible. Click here for services to help manage your mental health online.

Beyond Blue

Access free, immediate, short-term counselling, advice and referrals to anyone in Australia via telephone, email and web chat.


Overcome feelings of depression and anxiety by discovering new and better ways of coping with the MoodMission app.


You can receive free, real-time online and phone counselling with a trained counsellor for help with anxiety, depression and other problems. You don't need a referral, but you need to be older than 18 years.

SANE Australia

SANE offer a range of free and digital telehealth support services such as 1:1 or group counselling, peer support sessions, 24/7 community forums and more.


This web-based support service provides free, confidential and anonymous counselling services to young people aged 12–25 years with, or at risk of developing, a mild to moderate mental health condition. eheadspace also provides referrals to other appropriate services, including mental health, alcohol and drug, social and vocational services.

Other e-health services

Hello Sunday Morning: Daybreak app

Daybreak is an online program that helps you to change your relationship with alcohol through a supportive community, habit-change experiments and one-on-one chat with health coaches.

Adis: Alcohol and drug information service

Get 24/7 support for alcohol and other drug concerns.

QNADA: service finder

Find alcohol and other drug support services in Queensland.

Women’s Health Queensland

Women's Health Queensland provides free and confidential phone support to women, online information and a midwife check-in service.


Web and mobile based biopsychosocial intervention program for a range of mental health
conditions including anxiety and depression, including programs designed for LGBTQ+ adults.

Managing Mental Health After a Natural Disaster

eMHPrac has compiled a list of resources on preventing and managing mental health issues after a natural disaster such as a bushfire, earthquake, extreme storm, cyclone, drought, or flood.

Digital interventions offer affordable and accessible mental health information, tools, and treatments to support your mental health during and after a natural disaster.

This Way Up

Online and app CBT programs for depression and issues. Self help and clinician assisted options available.

The Butterfly Foundation

Offers telephone & online counselling, referral, support, psychoeducation and moderated online support

groups for anyone needing guidance with an eating disorder, as well as intermittently offering online practical skills courses for families supporting loved ones.

    My Mental Health

    We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia, their diversity, histories and knowledge and their continuing connections to land, waterways and culture. We pay our respect to all Australian Indigenous Peoples and their cultures, and to Elders of past, present and future generations.

    Brisbane North PHN wishes to acknowledge the experience and expertise of the My Mental Health Steering Committee, delegates of the Peer Participation in Mental Health Services (PPIMS) network and health professionals in developing the My Mental Health Website.

    Operated by Brisbane North PHN Website by NWO