The Salvation Army provides “emergency relief” to those in need of our assistance.To request emergency assistance, please call the Salvos Assessment Line (SAL) on 1300 371 288 (open Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm). Your needs will be assessed and you’ll be connected to the nearest Salvation Army Connect site.
You can get support for your mental health by creating a headspace account. Here, you can access group chats, online communities, and 1:1 direct support with eheadspace professionals.
Tap into the world’s largest network of licensed, accredited, and experienced therapists who can help you with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, grief, and more. With our therapists, you get the same professionalism and quality you would expect from an in-office therapist, but with the ability to communicate when and how you want.
Whether you are struggling with mental health issues, your identity, or just need someone to talk to, we believe help should be accessible to everyone. We noticed that individuals in the LGBTQ community suffer from mental health issues at a disproportionately high rate and we wanted to help. By providing online counseling to the LGBTQ community, we make help accessible and accepting of everyone. We provide a platform for people to get the help they need discreetly, affordably, and conveniently. Message your counselor whenever an issue arises. Schedule sessions that work with your schedule.
Online mental health free app for workplaces
Head to Health- The Government Hub for mental health online services and help
Head to Health can help you find digital mental health services from some of Australia’s most trusted mental health organisations. Provided by the Australian Department of Health, Head to Health brings together apps, online programs, online forums, and phone services, as well as a range of digital information resources.
Whether you are trying to improve your own sense of wellbeing, looking for help with something that is bothering you, or helping someone you care about—Head to Health is a good place to start.
Mental Health Online
The Generalised Anxiety (GAD) Program is designed to help you understand the nature of anxiety and worry and to learn the skills and strategies that help manage anxiety and improve overall mental health and wellbeing.