1300 224 636
Call this number for anxiety, depression and suicide prevention support.
13 11 14
Call this number for crisis support and suicide prevention.
1300 659 467
Counselling for those at risk of suicide. Counselling for carers and bereaved.
1800 55 1800
Counselling for children and young adults from 5 to 25 years old. Also for parents and carers.
1300 78 99 78
Telephone and online support for men with emotional and relationship issues. Available 24/7
1300 737 732
National sexual assault, domestic family violence counselling service. Available 24/7
1800 422 737
Emotional, practical and financial support for carers. Offer over the phone counselling.
8 – 5 AEST Mon – Fri
1300 845 745
Free counselling and support to anyone experiencing grief, loss and/or trauma.
8 – 8 AEST Mon – Fri
Free online services to support young people aged between 12 and 25 and their families going through a tough time.
Provides free, digital mental health services to adults across Australia online or via telephone.
1300 654 556
Counselling and support for children and teens from 3-18 years of age, information resources, education and training.
1300 364 277
Provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities.
1300 560 299
A society focussed on nutrition. Supports and promotes high standards for parenteral and enteral nutrition for patients in hospital and at home.
1800 642 066
Provides grief and bereavement education as well as support for bereaved and grieving Australians.
1800 555 494
National charity dedicated to prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer.
An organisation working to improve heart disease prevention, detection and support for all Australians.
1800 787 653
A national charity that partners with the community to prevent stroke, save lives, and enhance recovery.
1300 842 867
Provides services for people who have a brain injury or disability, carers, family members and organisations.
1300 842 867
World-class heart research institute. Information and resources for patients and families.
There are payments and services to help if you’re ill, injured or have disability. You may also be able to get financial help and other services if you care for someone with a disability or illness.
1800 838 372
Income support covers a range of payments and benefits that you and your family can access. The support can include regular payments as well as extra allowances to top up your income.
1800 200 422
A service providing information on the different types of aged care services available. Offers assessment of needs as well as information and referrals for different services.
1800 800 110
Supports people with disability, their families and carers. The NDIS helps people with disability to get work and participate in the community.
This is not a crisis or counselling service. It is the organisation that represents social workers. It is a site where you can find a social worker near you.
This is not a crisis or counselling service. This organisation helps the community to understand and access psychology via education, advocacy, and evidence-based practice. Information is provided here about Medicare Rebates for psychological services.
A government service with free tools, tips and guidance to help you make the most of your money.
1800 007 007
A financial counselling service that is free, confidential and independent. Available to people suffering financial difficulty.
Some (but not all) hospitals with an ICU offer ICU Follow Up Clinics for patients after their ICU stay. A referral from the ICU at the hospital is required for a patient to attend the clinic. Here is a list of ICU Hospital Follow Up Clinics in Australia.