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Mental health and social support services

Autism Camp Australia

Autism Camp Australia runs a range of activities to improve the health and wellbeing of young autistic people and their families. Find out more about Autism Camp Australia

Benevolent Society

Benevolent Society can offer counselling and other support services to help you manage your mental health. Their services are offered in parts of QLD. Find out more about what is available to you

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides information, resources and support that can help you with your mental health. You can get immediate support over the phone, face-to-face support, online chat, forums, coaching and email newsletters. Call 1300  224  636 You can also visit the Beyond Blue website

Counselling and Support

If you have experienced or witnessed violence, abuse, neglect or exploitation, you may need support. Find out more about Counselling and Support

Disability Royal Commission Counselling Services (Relationships Australia)

If you have been affected by the Disability Royal Commission, you may be able to access a free independent counselling services through Relationships Australia. Find out more about this service

Family Mental Health Support Services (FMHSS)

FMHSS aims to improve mental health outcomes for children and young people, and their families. Through FMHSS you can access early intervention support for children and young people who are showing early signs of, or are at risk of developing, mental illness. Find out more about FMHSS

Family Wellness Program

The program aims to deliver regular, personalised wellness check-ins by social workers, capacity building through education sessions and information resources for individuals with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. Find more information on this program

Finding North Network

The Finding North Network offers a safe space for people with first-hand experience of mental health conditions to connect, learn and develop their own lived experience leadership as well as support others to do the same. Find out more about the Finding North Network


If you are grieving and want to talk with someone call 1300 845 745 You can also visit the Griefline website

Head to Health

A website funded by the Australian government that has a range of trusted digital services and resources to help with your mental health and wellbeing. Find out more about Head to Health


Headspace provide mental health support to 12-25 year olds. There are a range of supports which include face-to-face, telehealth, online and phone support service, vocational services and education programs. Find out more about headspaceFind out more about digital work and study

Kids Helpline

If you are 5 to 25 years old and you need help for any reason call 1800 55 1800 You can also visit the Kids Helpline website

Launchpad – leaving school and leading your own life

Autism Spectrum Australia has developed this resource to help young people with Autism and their families to live independently. See how Launchpad can help you


If you are in crisis, anxious or depressed and want to talk with someone call 13 11 14 You can also visit the Lifeline website

Lived Experience Mental Illness (LEMI) Program

The LEMI program offers people with mental illness and disability a safe place to belong, learn and grow. The program encourages you to assess barriers, develop skills, and build strengths while being supported through mentoring and peer-support. Find out more about LEMI program

Mensline Australia

If you are a man in crisis, anxious or depressed and want to talk with someone call 1300 789 978 You can also visit the Mensline Australia website

Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia

Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia provides information resources on mental illness and psychosocial disability that may assist you. Find out more about MIFA


The Mind Life program provides resources and aims at reducing the stigma and improve community access for people and their carers who experience psychosocial disability. See what resources are available

National Online Afternoon Program

The I Can Network runs this program to give young autistic people a safe, peer-led space to build confidence and social connections in a safe environment. Visit the website to learn more about the program

On the Line Counselling and Helplines

On the Line is a professional social health organisation that delivers 25 outsourced phone and digital counselling solutions on behalf of our government and commercial funders. We specialise in supporting clients along the mental health continuum, from crisis support to low intensity. Visit On the Line or speak to a counsellor

Open Minds

Open Minds provides counselling and psychology services. They also offer phone or video appointments so you can get help while you’re at home. Find out more about Open Mind’s services

Planet Puberty

Planet Puberty is an online resource to help parents and carers of children with intellectual disability and/or autism spectrum disorder with navigating changes to their bodies, emotions and social interactions occurring during adolescence. Visit Planet Puberty

QLD Mental Health and Wellbeing

There are a range of resources, services and programs for young people, adults and older people offered by the QLD government. Find out more about what QLD government has to offer

SSPA Mentorship Program

This program supports young short statured people to build resilience and deal with social issues at school, work and in the community. Find out more about the SSPA Mentorship program

Suicide Call Back Service

If you are in crisis, anxious or depressed and want to talk with someone call 1300 659 467 You can also visit the Suicide Call Back Service website

Veterans and Families Counselling

If you are a veteran in crisis, anxious or depressed and want to talk with someone call 1800 011 046 You can also visit the Department of Veterans’ Affairs website


Wellways has a range of mental health programs that you can access including support creating a home, securing a job and building relationships. Find out more about how Wellways can help you

Your Mental Wellbeing

Your Mental Wellbeing has been developed by QLD Health. It provides you with resources, information, activities and support contacts to assist you with your mental health. Find out more about Your Mental Wellbeing

NDIS supports

Local Area Coordinators (LACs)

If you are aged 7 and above, Local Area Coordinators (LACs) can link you to the NDIS and to mainstream and community supports in your area. You can ask your LAC about the supports available in your community, even if you're not eligible for an NDIS support plan. Find out more about how a Local Area Coordinator may be able to assist you

Phone apps to help manage mental health

Black Dog Institute online tools and apps

Online tools and mobile apps for your mental health and wellbeing that you can access anywhere at no cost.

See if the Black Dog Institute has an app or tool that can help you

Support for Indigenous Australians

Health and Wellbeing

The National Indigenous Australians Agency provides information and resources on culturally-appropriate primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Find out more about health care for Indigenous Australians

Support for new migrants

Multilingual Information Access (MiAccess)

MiAccess is a website that brings together available translated information for people with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, their carers and community. Visit Mi-Access for more information

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