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Are you in need of assistance or support?

Explore this section to find organisations and resources that provide assistance to those in need.

Phone Services

Kids Help Line is a free and confidential, telephone counselling service for Australians aged 5 to 25 years old.
Phone: 1800 55 1800

Lifeline is a free and confidential service staffed by trained telephone counsellors.
Phone: 13 11 14

The Australian Human Rights Commission has a complaint handling service that may investigate complaints of discrimination, harassment and bullying
Phone: 1300 656 419

E-headspace telephone service supports young people and their families going through a tough time.
Phone: 1800 650 890 (9am-1am AEST)

Internet Resources

Headspace –
Headspace is a national youth mental health foundation. They can help young people who are going through a tough time. There are headspace centres all over Australia that you can go to. Check out their website for locations.

Kids Help Line -
Kids Help Line is a free and confidential phone help line for young people aged 5-25. You can have a chat by phone, online or by email about anything that is worrying you, including cyberbullying. –
ReachOut is anonymous and here for you 24/7. It’s packed with loads of facts and info, stories, videos, blogs and forums to help you deal with whatever you’re going through.

Lifeline –
Lifeline is a nationwide counselling service that provides assistance to people in crisis. Its telephone service is staffed by trained counsellors and is available 24/7 (13 11 14) and its website provides further information and support options.

Bullying. No Way! –
Bullying. No Way! is a website that provides information, resources and support services for young children, students, parents and teachers on a range of bullying issues and related matters. It also provides a range of helpful ideas and links to important support services.