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Be You aims to transform Australia’s approach to supporting children’s and young people’s mental health in early learning services and schools. Our vision is that every learning community is positive, inclusive and resilient, a place where every child, young person, educator and family can achieve their best possible mental health.
Bring Up Respect
Stop it at the Start aims to help break the cycle of violence by encouraging adults to reflect on their attitudes, and have conversations about respect with young people.
The campaign is aimed at parents and family members of children aged 10–17, as well as the teachers, coaches, community leaders and employers of young people.
Since young people’s attitudes and behaviours are shaped by those around them, it’s important to expose them to positive influences where they live, work, learn and socialise. As adults, we need to recognise and reconcile our role as important influencers of the younger generation.
Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association
Our vision is a fair deal for pensioners of all ages, low-income retirees and people on low-incomes within a fair and just society in which people have adequate living standards and equitable access to the services they need, their rights, needs, concerns and aspirations are respected; and they have a say in the decisions which affect their lives.
Family Relationship Advice Line
The Family Relationship Advice Line (1800 050 321) is available Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm local time Saturday 10am to 4pm local time. Closed Sundays and national public holidays.
Family Relationships Online
Information for all families – whether together or separated – about family relationship issues. Find out about a range of services to assist families manage relationship issues, including helping families agree on arrangements for children after parents separate.
Men’s Referral Service
The Men’s Referral Service (MRS) provides anonymous and confidential telephone counselling, information and referrals to men to help them take action to stop using violent and controlling behaviour.
MensLine Australia is a telephone and online counselling service offering support for Australian men anywhere, anytime.
MindSpot supports Australian adults experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and chronic pain. All of our services are free, confidential, and online, and provide optional access to qualified therapists.
We are a non-for-profit mental health service funded by the Australian government. Our team of experienced mental health professionals have supported more than 200,000 Australians.
Open Arms Veterans & Families Counseling
Open Arms – Veterans & Family Counselling was founded by Australia’s Vietnam veterans. It is Australia’s leading provider of mental health assessment and counselling for Australian veterans and their families.
QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTI peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.
QLife services are free and include both telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country. Our services are for LGBTI individuals, their friends and families, and health professionals in Australia.
Beyond the telephone, QLife offers webchat for people who prefer online interactions or for whom the phone is impractical.
QLife is continually working to be inclusive and respectful of diversity – we will always strive to ask about your identity, gender or relationship and will not assume that we already know.
With three key pillars at the national level, we provide services and supports to all people, to enable sustainable respectful relationships.
Broadly, Relationships Australia advocates and promotes the importance of respectful relationships with respect to positive individual mental health outcomes and general community outcomes.
Siblings Australia is committed to improving the support available for siblings of children and adults with chronic conditions including disability, chronic illness and mental health issues.
Whether you are becoming a step parent or you already are one the path can be unpredictable and unclear. At Stepfamilies Australia we offer some much need resources for those contemplating joining or those who are struggling once already there.
The Fathering Project
At the Fathering Project we recognise that fathers and father figures, play a vital role in children’s lives. The evidence demonstrating fathers’ potential to positively influence their children’s health and mental health, social success and academic achievements is now robust, indisputable, and compelling.
The Line talks about what’s ok and what’s not when it comes to sex, dating and relationships.
Useful information, guidance and support services for all stages of a young person’s life in NSW.