Provides immediate help (24/7) for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis in the ACT.
A free and private counselling service specialising in young people aged 5-25 years.
A range of supports and services designed to nurture, connect and empower carers.
Provides telephone counselling by trained volunteers for parents and carers in the ACT.
Free services including telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country.
Promotes mental health and well-being for people of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) backgrounds in the ACT.
Provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health.
Provides peer support, counselling, support, information and referrals to adults who identify as having a complex mental health issue, complex trauma or high levels of psychological distress.
A not-for-profit facility for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Internet service for young people that provides information, support and resources about mental health issues.
A support network for anyone with negative body image or eating disorders.
Modern meditation for supporting health minds.
A national youth organisation helping young people with mental health challenges such as depression and anxiety.
Will help you find a psychologist in your area.
Need some tips on strategies for your self-care? Download and print this free poster! Full of easy ideas to implement into your daily routine, or an emergency jumpstart to get your self-care back on track.
Maintaining your mental health and wellbeing doesn’t mean expensive trips to a day spa* – it can be as simple as turning your favourite song on and taking a few deep breaths (click here to find out how it helps our Volunteer Educator Anthony).
Just work out what works for you!
*Of course, if a day spa helps, that’s great!
It doesn’t need to be spring to check in and see how your mental health is tracking!
Understanding our mental health can sometimes require some ‘maintenance’ (a bit of dusting here, a full clean there…) can encourage us to keep an eye on when things are tracking well, and when they are might need some TLC.
From working on relationships, dropping unhelpful habits or rejuvenating your physical health (click here to find out how exercise helps our Volunteer Educator Rob), we’ve compiled a list of eight ways you might like to ‘spring clean’ your mental health.