Get help

Stay Kind does not offer crisis intervention or expert counselling and our website is not a substitute for the professional care. We have listed support services below that offer help and assistance.

For life-threatening situations, call 000.

If you are affected by suicidal thoughts, contact your doctor or the organisations below offering 24/7 crisis support.

If you’re worried about someone and feel urgent professional support is needed, seek the appropriate support services below.

Crisis Help

Counselling for people suffering grief.

Counselling for young people 5–25 years.

Call 24/7 for crisis support.

People at risk of suicide, carers and bereaved.

Help for you, friends and loved ones

Counselling and support service, 24/7.

Anxiety, depression and suicide prevention.

Recovery from childhood trauma.

Support for eating disorders and body image issues.

Broad specialised services for gender identity support and assistance 

Find Australian digital mental health resources.

Support with mental health, drug and alcohol issues.

Counselling for young people aged 5–25 years.

24/7 support for men with family and relationship issues.

Support for current and ex-serving ADF personnel and their families.

Support for both LGBTI people and families.

Help with tough times for people aged 14-25 years old.

Helping parents support their teenagers through tough times.

Relationship support services for individuals, families and communities.

Free face-to-face and telephone support for those impacted by suicide.

Support/counselling for the bereaved.