Useful links for Crisis Support

Triple 0

For emergency assistance such as police and ambulance please contact 000 OR 106 for speech and hearing impaired individuals.

Lifeline, Anala Resources

Phone 13 11 14
Lifeline Provides all Australians access to crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Kids Helpline, Anala Resources

Phone 1800 55 1800
Free 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.

Suicide CallBack Service, Anala Resources

Phone 1300 659 467
Provides immediate telephone counselling and support in a crisis.

NSW Family and Community Services

Phone 13 12 11
Family & Community Services supports vulnerable people and families to participate in social and economic life.

Black Dog Institute

Phone 13 11 14
The only medical research institute in Australia dedicated to researching mental health for all ages.

Funding Programs

To access funding you may be eligible for the follow programs:

Useful Links for Therapeutic Supports

Occupational Therapy Australia, Anala Resources
Occupational Therapists provide a wide range of services far beyond your basic handwriting support. Occupational Therapy Australia is a wonderful resource to find out more about how an Occupational Therapist can help.
Speech Pathology Australia, Anala Resources
Speech Pathologists support community members with their speech and language both the way they express and receive this information. They are also able to help people who have difficulties with their swallowing and eating.
Australian Physiotherapy Association, Anala Resources
While it is well-known that physiotherapists treat injuries, increasing numbers of Australians are coming to physiotherapists when they want to take control of their health and stay well.
Australian Psychological Society, Anala Resources
Psychologists provide assessment and therapy to clients, help facilitate social or organisational change, conduct research, or administer psychological tests.
ANZACATA, Anala Resources
Art & other creative therapies support people to work on and discover their own inner resources when words may be hard. It can support transitions, grief, loss and emotions.
NDIS, Anala Resources
The NDIS have a range of useful resources and publications to support you in the journey of becoming and being an NDIS participant. These can be found on their website.