For crisis support call Lifeline on 13 11 14, MH Call 1300 642 255 or in an emergency call 000
Helplines are either crisis-focused and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week or focused on providing information and support. These are not always available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Free, confidential and anonymous phone counselling for adults experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide.
Free phone counselling and web chat service for children and young people aged 5–25 years.
Free phone and online web chat service for people feeling suicidal or caring for someone who is suicidal.
A free and confidential phone, online and video counselling service for men needing emotional support or in crisis.
Confidential phone support to all current and ex-service men and women and their families.
Access mental health professionals in Queensland public hospitals. They can assess your needs and refer you to the most appropriate mental health service.
Provides support to anyone who has been impacted by suicide at any stage in their life. The service is accessible 24/7.
Outreach, phone and online support to individuals, families and friends of those at risk aged 15 years and over, in the Brisbane region. Available 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday to Friday
Get support and advice over phone and web chat. The service is accessible 24/7.
Online and telephone support for young people aged 12–25 and their families and friends. Available 9.00 am – 1.00 am every day.
Suicide prevention ‘warmline’ call-back service, for people with a lived experience of suicide to connect with others with a similar lived experience of suicide. Service is available 24/7 and a Peer CARE companion will return your call within 48 hours.
Phone and online chat counselling and referral service for people who identify as LGBTI+. Available 3.00 pm – 12.00 am every day.
Confidential phone counselling and information service for individuals, parents and concerned others. The service is accessible 24/7.
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.