Seeking help is more than okay

Seeking help for mental health conditions or concerns is daunting. We've created this page to get you started with some of the publicly available services.

You might not feel that bad, but you'd love to talk to someone about the thoughts you don't like having.

You might be in a real crisis and need someone right now.

You might have tried popular services who didn't seem to understand your unique challenges.

Counselling

Headspace 
https://headspace.org.au/eheadspace/

MindSpot

https://mindspot.org.au/

Culturally Appropriate

Moorditj Yarning 
https://www.relationshipswa.org.au/services/aboriginal-community-support/moorditj-yarning

 

Multicultural Futures       
08 9336 8282  or via TIS Interpreter service 13 14 50

 

QLife 
www.qlife.org.au

Financial Concerns

Financial Counselling Australia

https://www.financialcounsellingaustralia.org.au/

National Debt Helpline 1800 007 007

We at The Good Chat Foundation see ourselves as connectors, as such we've built this page to explain some of the amazing services we have come across and how they might be able to help you. 

Feel free to suggest others and give us your feedback on any that you use. 

When we discuss mental health and suicide, sometimes we can reflect back on past experiences and being to worry that we didn’t provide the best kind of help or support or wish we had of said or done things differently. If this comes up for you while you are on our website or at any time - please remember to give yourself a break!

 

If anything comes up for you or begins to worry you, please contact someone to talk about it and process how you are feeling. This page comes some examples of services you might like to use, but there are many more you might know of.

For a full list, please visit:

https://www.thinkmentalhealthwa.com.au/mental-health-support-services/mental-health-support-services/

The Good Chat Foundation would like to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s First People and Traditional Custodians. The Good Chat Foundation pays its respects to Elders past and present and are committed to making a positive contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young adults by providing sponsorships that are inclusive, safe and culturally appropriate.

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Seeking help, we have outlined some

of the resources available.

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For Immediate Support:

Lifeline - 13 11 14

Emergency - 000

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