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Emergency Assistance Australia


Emergency Contacts

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When I am not available for any reason, please reach out for help by contacting the following services that best suit your circumstances - now... don't wait 


I am here to help you - so I created this EMERGENCY contacts page for those times when I may not be contactable - so you can still get ready access to help in Australia QUICKLY!


(Due to requests this list now contains Australian & now also NZ & USA Links)

The listing is long and comprehensive as there there are a LOT of support services available in an emergency &/or crisis situations - because you do matter!

I created and update this list because I care about you, and people created these support services because they care too!


So please, Don't go it alone - there is help, support and care for you - the evidence and help lines are listed here for you to get the help you deserve!

Please check to find the services you may need in an emergency situation or when you may urgently need support &/or advise - I continue to add help/support service to this list regularly and there are a lot of services currently listed that may suit your situation!

It is OK to get help NOW so... You can get support to get through this.


You DO matter and  this crisis will pass...


* 24 hours / 7 days - Aust Wide Support *:


* Lifeline *                                    13 11 14   

* Beyond Blue  *                         1300 224 636

Beyond Blue

coronavirus support service:       1800 512 348


* Sui cide Prevention &

Crisis Intervention *                   1300 363 622

* Emergency Services  *               000

Police Fire, Ambulance,

* Kids Helpline (Ages 5 to 25)  1800 55 1800

* Sui cide Callback Service *         1300 659 467

* National Se xual As sault,

Domestic Vio lence

Counselling Service

24-hour helpline  *                     1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732

* Family Viol ence Crisis

and Support Service *               1800 608 122

* Bravehearts – Se xual Assault

Support for Children *              1800 BRAVE 1

*Emergency Accommodation

helpline *,7x (24-hour )             1800 800 588

* 13YARN                                   13 92 76

13YARN is run by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Free and confidential service available 24/7 from any mobile or pay phone

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Crisis Supporters to yarn to

MEDICAL ISSUES - 24 hour telehealth bookings -

If you are at risk or unable to call right now, please immediately :

  • go to a hospital emergency department, &/or 

  • ask for help from a trusted friend, family member or mental health professional

If you are in immediate danger, call 000 for Police and Ambulance.


* Family & Domestic Vio lence & Se xual Assault *  


Call:   1800RESPECT              1800 737 732

The above service is a 24-hour national se xual assault, family and domestic viol ence counselling line for any Australian who has experienced, or is at risk of, family and domestic vio lence and/or se xual assault.   Individuals can also access local support services and search the internet using Daisy, a free app developed by 1800RESPECT that protects user privacy.

* StandBy -Support After Sui cide*      1300 727 247

(24/7 Call)  The above service is an Aust Govt initiative

A postvention program dedicated to assisting people and communities bereaved or impacted by suicide.

National Debt Helpline:             1800 007 007


Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (Se xtortion)  - Report Abuse here!

eSafety Commissioner      

Electronic Safety Commissioner (eSafety)  is a Govt Based Assistance for all experiencing:

Social Media Bullying, Online Shaming, Online Abuse, Cyberbullying , Cyber abuse, Image Based Abuse,  Illegal & restricted online content - Please know you can get HELP - Know You are NOT alone - and you CAN get help directly by this Government Body!
Electronic / Cyber / Social Media bullying can be stopped & you can seek and receive protection!


eSafety Commisioner (Quick Links) - Advise, Help and contacts for Young People, Kids, Parents, Women, Seniors, Diverse Groups, Educators & Industry :

Gaming / Gambling / Scams  :

Grooming :                         

Sexual extortion :               

Sending nudes ;                 

Best Practice Framework for Education ;

Trusted eSafety Providers :

Teacher Professional Learning :

Online Safety Grants Program ;

Other Useful help sites:

Lifeline Crisis TEXT                   0477 13 11 14  

( 24 x 7 )

(Lifeline TEXT - see website for details)                                                 


Lifeline Crisis Chat          

Available 24 x 7)

(Lifeline CC see website for details)         


Elder Abuse Help Line            1800 353 374

The above service provides Free information and support services for people who experience or witness the abuse of an older person. Operating hours vary.

* Open Arms    (24-hour ) *           1800 011 046 

Veterans and Families Counselling

Current Serving - Ex-Serving - Family


* Health Direct (Aus Gov)*          1800 022 222 

24 hour Health Advice                  

We are a government-funded service,

providing quality, approved health information and advice

Find a health service (Directory): 


Health Direct - BMI calculator      

(BMI = Body Mass Indicator)

Services Australia (Aus Gov) 

The above website is so you can get advise about access to Mental health care and about Medicare

*National Relay Service  (Assistance - Hearing Impaired)      

If you are deaf and/or find it hard hearing or speaking with people who use a phone, the National Relay Service (NRS) can help you.   Govt funded service - Providing quality, approved health information & services - Click for information:

Service to help hearing impaired communicate   Voice relay number: 1300 555 727

Relationships Australia:                       1300 364 277

If you are in immediate danger, call 000 for Police and Ambulance.


Help For Women

Women who seek help may wish to contact the following services for assistance:

Women's Crisis Line                   1800 811 811

CWES - Centre for Women's Economic Safety

(Resources - Directory Of Services)

Financial Independence Hub     1300 050 150

The Financial Independence Hub offers a tailored financial coaching program by Good Shepherd to help people impacted by domestic and financial ab use establish a pathway to long-term financial recovery. Part of the Commonwealth Bank Next Chapter program. 

Good Shepherd No Interest Loans -    1300 031 001


(Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm) - Good Shepherd (Aust NZ) offers flexible, No Interest Loans of up to $2,000 for women who have been affected by family or domestic vio lence that are designed to help you be safe at home, move to safety, or rebuild your life up to 10 years after. The loans are government funded, with no fees, charges or interest to pay.   

Sister Works        

Sister Works Empowerment Hubs equip migrant and refugee women with essential skills required to enhance their economic self-sufficiency.

Arise Foundation

Arise Foundation focuses on the empowerment and financial freedom of survivors of economic abuse through non-interest loans, a support network, job placement, and wrap-around support services.


Help For Men

Men who seek help for anger, relationship or parenting issues, may wish to contact the following services for assistance:

* Mensline Australia *                   1300 789 978

The above service supports men and boys who are dealing with family and relationship difficulties. 24/7 telephone and online support an information service for Australian men

DVAA - Domestic Vio lence Awareness Australia *

Genderless DV resource site. 

Men's Referral Service           1300 766 491
This above is a service from  'No to Vio lence' offers assistance, information and counselling to help men who use family viol ence. 

Don’t Become That Man

helpline on                                 1300 243 413

Mates in Construction             1300 642 111    Free 24/7 Helpline

MATES is an integrated industry intervention program that:

• Raises awareness of suicide as a preventable problem

• Builds stronger and more resilient workers

• Connects workers to the best available help and support

• Partners with researchers to inform industry around best mental health practice

Navigating relationship - Separation - Divorce - All Genders

The Divorce Centre - 


Helping families impacted by separation and divorce

Divorce Coaching, Mediation, LIVE & Self Paced Online Courses. Delivered remotely to the comfort of your own home - Helping families impacted by Separation & Divorce through many of the challenges including emotional grief, negotiating outcomes through mediation, creating an effective co-parenting relationship, and managing divorce impacts on work performance.

Sydney Only - NDIS & Help Moving Homes  - Charity - Sydney NSW  (Jenny)

Phone: 0413 770 888


Intersex, Trans & Other Sex &/or gender Diverse Groups (National) 

SGD - LGBTIQ - ( How would you like me to address you? )

At Transcend Australia, they provide a safe space for families to find support, information and friendship.

LGBTIQA+ glossary of common terms (Australian Govt - Australian Institute of Family Studies),organisations%20are%20inclusive%20and%20respectful.

Understanding and using the language/terminology associated with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, asexual and other sexually or gender diverse (LGBTIQA+)1 people helps to ensure that services and organisations are inclusive and respectful.2 This resource sheet provides a glossary of terms for practitioners and service providers to help them to better understand the terminology and to use inclusive language in service provision.

1 Other variations of this acronym exist. Acronym choice can vary depending on the groups or issues being discussed and the available evidence. The acronyms used in this resource reflect the research conducted.

2 There is no single LGBTIQA+ community, rather a plurality of identities and experiences (National LGBTI Health Alliance, 2013b).

The Gender Centre INC
The Gender Centre is committed to developing and providing services and activities, which enhance the ability of transgender, gender diverse and gender exploring to make informed choices. New South Wales. We are an accommodation service and also act as an education, support, training and referral resource centre to other organisations and service providers.
The Gender Centre is committed to educating the public and service providers about the needs of gender diverse people children and families. We specifically aim to provide a high quality service, which acknowledges human rights and ensures respect and confidentiality.

Equality Australia
Equality Australia exists to improve the wellbeing and circumstances of LGBTIQ+ people in Australia and their families

Twenty10 incorporating GLCS NSW

Sydney (Based) New South Wales who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, non-binary, intersex, questioning, queer, asexual and more (LGBTIQA+) people and others of diverse genders and sexualities, their families and communities.

ACON (Here for Health)

HO in Sydney (regional centres across NSW). Provide our services and programs locally, state-wide and nationally. Our primary funder is the NSW Government through the NSW Ministry of Health


ACON’s digital information and resource platform for all trans and gender diverse (TGD) people in NSW, our loved ones, allies and health providers.

This platform is an initiative from ACON, NSW’s leading health organisation specialising in community health, inclusion and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders.

More resources for Urgent Help

* Black Dog Institute: cide-self-harm/

You can stay safe and get through this - 
Sometimes life can be really tough. It gives us challenges that are too hard to deal with on our own.  Remember, you need to stay safe and get some help to work through your problems. Many people who have had self harm and self ending thoughts (Sui cidal Ideation) are able to work through them and go on to lead fulfilling lives.


You can get support to get through this.

This crisis will pass


Feeling this way at hard times in our life happens to lots of us. It’s hard at the moment, but with help things can get better.  (*Blackdog Institute)

Lifeline  (Various contacts)           13 11 14

Call:      13 11 14                  (24x7/365)

Text:      0477 13 11 14        (6pm-midnight AEDT).

Anyone across Australia experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about sui cide can call someone who will help put you in contact with a crisis service in your state or territory. 


Aust Based - Find the help you need,   now & nearby - Search over 400,000 support services. (inc Housing, Food, 

everyday things, Help with finding services and support - the link can help you search for all these things based on the location you advise!


Open Arms - Veteran & Families Counselling:

Australian Based -Mental Health Support for Navy, Army & Air Force Personanel, veterans and their families -  Open Arms provides free and confidential counselling to anyone who has served at least one day in the ADF, and their families. 



 - find a location           


A safe place to chat anonymously, get support, and feel better.

Other Sydney/NSW  Based resources:

Salvo Care Line                    (02) 9331 6000

NSW SES                            132 500

*NSW Ra pe Crisis

Centre's counselling line  1800 424 017   (24/7)

Always call in a crisis or when you want to arrange a Welfare Check Australia WIDE Crisis Help Hotline - 24x7- 365 Days per week 

(Police/Fire/Ambulance)      CALL     000   

(Triple Zero)

Community Justice Centre   1800 990 777

Other Important Phone Numbers (AUST):


Poisons Information Line         131 126


Centrelink (families                 136 150

Centrelink (Older Australians)  132 300 

If you are in Immediate Danger?    CALL 000

MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS Lines - Australia Wide by State:

ACT                                          1800 629 354

NT                                            1800 682 288

QLD                                         1300 642 255

SA                                            13 14 65

TAS                                          1800 332 388

VIC                                           1300 651 251

WA                                           1800 676 822
NSW                                        1800 011 511

Central Sydney (Crisis Team)    1800 636 825  (

Central Sydney  (Triage)          1800 011 511


Domestic & Family DV (Domestic Vio lence Crisis lines) 

(AKA - Intimate Partner Vio lence - IPV)-

Support /contact numbers for Australia States & Territory.

  • DV Line NSW:                         1800 65 64 63

  • Safe Steps Vic:                        1800 015 188

  • DV Helpline Qld: Call            1800 811 811

  • DV Helpline WA:                    1800 007 339

  • DV Crisis Line SA:                   1800 800 098

  • FVCSS Tas:                              1800 608 122

  • DV Crisis Service ACT:            (02) 6280 0900

  • DAIWS NT:                               (08) 8945 2284

  • NT                                             1800 737 732

    • Domestic vio lence helpline:

  • TAS                                           1800 608 122

White Ribbon Australia: Prevent Men's Vio lence Against Women

DVSM - Domestic Vio.lence Service Management (NSW)

Refuge Outreach Action Response – Western Sydney:
Domestic Violence After Hours Service – Western Sydney:
Wilcannia Safe House – Far West NSW:
Accompanied Children’s Support Services (ACSS) – Western Sydney:
Moving Out Moving On – Inner Sydney:
No Interest Loans (NILS) – NSW wide:

Where to find Help!  ( Crisis lines ) 

  • If you or someone you know is experiencing sex ual abuse or family Vio lence contact:

  •  Assault, Domestic Vio lence Counselling Service 24-hour helpline 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732

  • 24-hour Emergency Accommodation helpline on 1800 800 588

  • Safe At Home helpline on 1800 633 937

  • National Viol ence and Abuse Trauma Counselling and Recovery Service on 1800 FULLSTOP (1800 385 578). They also have a specific line for the LGBTIQA+ community called the Rainbow Sex ual, Domestic and Family Vio lence Helpline on 1800 497 212

  • SHE (free and confidential counselling and support) on 6278 9090

  • Se xual Assault Support Services on 6231 1811, or after hours 6231 1817

  • Family Vio lence Crisis and Support Service on 1800 608 122

  • Bravehearts – Sex ual Assault Support for Children on 1800 BRAVE 1

  • Kids Helpline is for young people aged 5 to 25 on 1800 551 800 

Check your Bank For Emergency Financial Assist if Abused:

FYI:  Many Banks provide customers with Emergency assistance / Funding 
Check with your Bank as a customer you can ask for help!
Financial abuse and family and domestic viol ence (FDV )

Sydney/NSW  Based resources:

Salvo Care Line                  (02) 9331 6000

NSW SES                                 132 500

*NSW Ra pe Crisis

Centre's counselling line        1800 424 017   (24/7)

Communities & Justice - Mandatory reporters.
Mandatory Reports (MRG)
Guide (what to report & when)

Decision Tree:


Parents Helpline NSW:            1300 130 052

(Mon – Fri: 9am-9pm, Weekends: 4pm-9pm)


Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission

Aboriginal rights / Disability Rights / Employee & workplace rights /

LGBTIQ rights / Older Peoples Rights/ Racial & Religious Rights  / 

Women's Rights / Youth Rights

General enquiries:

Reception                        1300 891 848

Enquiry line                     1300 292 153 or (03) 9032 3583

Interpreters                     1300 152 494

NRS Voice Relay             1300 555 727 then use 1300 292 153

Media enquiries             0447 526 642

WIRE - Women's Information and Referral Exchange (WIRE)

1300 134 130

is a Victoria-wide free generalist information, support and referral service run by women and non-binary people for women, non-binary and gender-diverse people. Mon - Fri 9.00am to 5.00pm.1300 134 130

South Australia

Zahra Foundation      

Zahra Foundation provides tailored programs and services that promote the economic empowerment of women in South Australia. Services include financial counselling


* Queensland (Health)         13HEALTH (13 43 25 84)


for health information, advice or referral services. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Greif - Support for Adults and Children:

* Support for anyone affected by Grief & Loss:

  • Griefline - Website:                
    Griefline provides a dedicated grief helpline service with trained volunteers providing counselling support services free of charge

  • National Association for Grief and Loss (NALAG) :

    • Free Loss and Grief support by trained volunteers, including telephone counselling.

  • The National Centre for Childhood Grief -
    'A Friend's Place' (Denistone East, Sydney, Australia) offers free bereavement counselling for children aged 3-18 who have had a loved one die. Counselling also provided for bereaved adults, parents and caregivers (fee involved for this service). They have a good booklet, Grieving Children – Guidelines for Adults who Care, cost $1.

  • Relationships Australia -
    Relationships Australia is a leading provider of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities. We aim to support all people in Australia to achieve positive and respectful relationships. 

  • Penthos - :
    Free specialist couple therapy for grieving parents.
    Will accept self-referrals & can offer telephone/video counselling to couples in rural settings.




Lifelong support for Care Leavers in Australia & New Zealand - Started by Care Leavers, for Care Leavers

Contact CLAN    1800 008 774   /    0425 204 747

About CLAN:  We are here to listen, hear, believe and acknowledge all Care Leavers’ experiences and to raise awareness about the abuse, neglect and trauma we suffered. Care Leavers includes people who grew up in ‘Care’ such as Orphanages, Children’s Homes, Missions and Foster Care. We advocate and campaign for justice and redress for all Care Leavers and for an independent redress scheme for all implicated.

FOODBANK (Australia)

Supports Australian Charities - not direct to public

Aust/UK/Canada - FOOD BANK resources search page below:

Food insecurity has become an even bigger issue over the last few years, and many amazing people have decided to work on helping in very real ways - so please don't go hungry and check out the resources regarding where you can access food on an ongoing basis.  You deserve care and great people are making sure you can access care!

Gambling Help Online (Australia):

* Support for anyone affected by Gambling

Victim of a SCAM? -  Online security, scams and fraud - Identity theft

If you think your identity has been compromised, you can call

iDCare – a free, identity-theft support service – on 1800 595 160.

iDCare is a partner of Australia Post and provides support for a range of identity theft issues, including those related to Australia Post.

Learn more about responding to identity fraud to help minimise the damage.

Scam Alerts - to learn more watch this:

Economic Justice Australia (EJAustralia) -

For a fair Social Security System  

For all general and media inquiries   contact: or call 0448 007 201.

Website with resources:   

(States & Territories Directory)

Legal Help with Centrelink


Support - Work, Life, Mates

Support for Workers!

MATES is a charity established in 2008 to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers. (See FIFO components too)

MATES provides suicide prevention through community development programs on sites, and by supporting workers in need through case management and a 24/7 help line. We serve the construction industry in Queensland and Northern Territory, New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia, the Energy industry in Queensland and New South Wales, and nationally to the Mining industry.

MATES was established in response to a major report on suicide (the ‘AISRAP Report’) within the Queensland Commercial Building and Construction Industry. This report found that suicide rates in the industry were higher than the Australian average for men, and that youth suicide within the industry could be as much as 2.38 times more common than among other young Australian men.

The MATES program is based on the simple idea that suicide is everyone’s business. If the building and construction industry in Australia is to improve the mental health and well-being of workers and reduce suicide, then it cannot be left to mental health professionals:
everyone in the industry must play their part.

Working for the construction industry in general, MATES is independent of employers and unions and never works directly for an employer. Programs are delivered across the industry regardless of employer or union affiliation.

* Mates - Training & Support
 Model of training - Mates Program:
Has three levels of training and how this leads to support. Starting with General Awareness Training, a worker becomes 'inducted'. Following GAT, volunteers can become Connectors, and some of those continue to become ASIST-trained workers. Surrounding these training levels is the MATES 24/7 support network via Field Officers and Case Manager site and phone support.

Mental Health Apps - FYI

There are many Apps available that can be used on many smart devices as helpful tools.

Mental Health Apps can differ in their use and application however they are all developed as tools which can be accessed via our smart devices. Whilst these Apps tend to focus on different topics most are designed to help in reducing stress, anxiety and improving sleep.

Mental Health apps may offer different types of helpful techniques and strategies.  You may find many Apps some may be free apps, others may charge monthly for use.

I list a few here for you to research and review and this is not an endorsement of any of the following APPS - but you may personally find something useful!

Mindset AppMindset: Hypnotherapy & Sleep on the App Store (


Headspace –  Improving sleep,  mindfulness, reducing anxiety

Happify Happify: for Stress & Worry on the App Store ( Changing negative thoughts - the science behind happiness

Breathe, think, do with Sesame Street APP for Kids -– Breathe, Think, Do with Sesame on the App Store (  app for children with tips on problem solving, breathing, self control and planning

Mindshift MindShift CBT - Anxiety Relief on the App Store ( focus is on Anxiety and deals with worry, panic and anxiety tips and suggestions.


Nerva – for tips on IBS management & Gut - Nerva: IBS & Gut Hypnotherapy on the App Store (

Evia – a mental health app for women suffering from Menopause challenges  with tips on how  deal with  the symptoms.(Inc Hot Flushes) Evia: Hot Flushes & Menopause on the App Store (

Calm: sleep & meditation - Calm: Sleep & Meditation on the App Store (

Animal Welfare Related Resources:

For all animal emergencies and cruelty cases, please contact your local police station or:

AWL - Animal Welfare League (NSW)   (02) 8899 3333

Kemps Creek NSW

RSPCA  (Australia)                                   1300 278 3589


ARC - Animal Rescue Cooperative

Animal Rescue Cooperative. This is a joint project of many rescue groups around Australia and is a registered business name as part of the MKC Inc.  The ARC is a peak rescue support organisation working in partnership with all leading national orgs, thousands of independent carers and rescuers.  (Support / Donate / Volunteer - Seek help) 


Found a native animal in need of help?

WIRES  (NSW only)                              1300 094 737

NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service 

 Website for more details:                

International Organisations - helpful Resources & Information:

New Zealand:  

Police (Emergency)            Call:  111   in an emergency,

or phone 105 or visit your local Police station.

For NZ comprehensive list of services visit:

International - Resources:

Aust/UK/Canada - FOOD BANK resources search page below:

Food insecurity has become an even bigger issue over the last few years, and many amazing people have decided to work on helping in very real ways - so please don't go hungry and check out the resources regarding where you can access food on an ongoing basis.  You deserve care and great people are making sure you can access care!

My Vision - (

The Link Between Mental Health and Your Vision

Medical researchers have found close links between eye health and mental health. People with vision impairments often develop mental health problems like anxiety and depression because of the stress of living with their condition. People with mental health problems are also more likely to develop vision issues later in life.  If you have vision problems, it is important to take care of your mental health as well. Seeking help from your doctor, a counselor or an advocacy organization can help you manage the impact of your condition and protect your mental well-being.

Vision - how you see things is important - knowledge can be powerful and can help you!

This comprehensive resource covers various aspects:

  • What is Color Blindness?

  • Frequency of Color Blindness in the Population

  • Types of Color Blindness

  • What Causes Color Blindness?

  • Eye Anatomy and Color Vision Deficiency

- the link to this page is here:

USA - Resources:

The Columbus Recovery Centre says:
We believe there can never be too much informa
tion out there to support those dealing with de pression and thoughts of sui cide. This new page could offer some unique information to you (USA Located resources)

provide a comprehensive dep pression and sui cide prevention resource guide for USA located resources - the link to this page is here:

Get Immediate Help in a Crisis (USA ONLY)

(USA) The National Institute of Mental Health provides a list of hotlines you can call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need immediate help.

NIMH Information Resource Center (National Institute of Mental Health) USA

Get Immediate Help in a Crisis (USA ONLY)

(USA) The National Institute of Mental Health provides a list of hotlines you can call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need immediate help.

Vision Aware Support Groups - ( & other resources -USA)


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