We all need a little help now and then...

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First and foremost, I love you, and you are not weak if you need to ask for help. I'm so proud of you for reaching out. 

Sometimes we need to reach out for help from a professional, I am not trained in any type of psychology or trauma counselling. I do love to listen and help how I can, but even I speak to a therapist regularly. I'm including these numbers to help you find the right person to talk to, but I will still be here 🥰

Lifeline

131 114

24/7 A free telephone counselling service.

Kid’s Helpline

1800 551 800

24/7 A counselling service for kids and young people.

1800 RESPECT

1800 737 732

24/7 National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service.

MensLine Australia

1300 789 978

24/7 Counselling and resources for men in crisis.

eheadspace

1800 650 890

Free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 – 25 and their families and friends.

9am – 1am AEST / 7 days a week, chat online or email.

QLife

1800 184 527

Nationwide telephone and web-based services for lesbian peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

3pm – 12am (midnight) AEST/7 days a week.

SANE Helpline

1800 187 263
Mental health information and referral service.

10am - 10pm Mon to Fri.

The Line

1800 MYLINE (1800 695 463)

24/7 Support for young people in relationships.

Parentline Australia

1300 301 300
Support, counselling and parent education.

9am - 9 pm Mon to Fri.

The Salvation Army

1300 363 622

24/7 Salvos telephone counselling service.

Quitline

137 848 or 131 848

Information on how to quit smoking.

7am - 10.30pm Mon to Fri; 9am - 5pm weekends and public holidays.

Family Drug Support

1300 368 186

24/7 Information and referral.