Getting Help

Need Help Now?

In an emergency call 000

Suicide and Crisis Support

Suicide Callback service CALL 1300 659 467

Lifeline 13 11 14

If you have experienced something traumatic and are struggling to cope, talk to your GP or a mental health professional. There are effective treatments available and you can feel better.

This list is being continually updated once Fearless has approved sites as
resources for Fearless members.

  • Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health
    Information about trauma, its affects and what you can do both as a sufferer and
    a loved one.
  • Beyondblue – 1300 224 636
    Provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their
    best possible mental health. In particular information for Depression and
  • Black Dog Institute
    Information on symptoms, treatment and prevention of depression and bipolar
  • SANE Australia Helpline – 1800 187 263
    Information about mental illness, treatments, where to go for support
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Australia – 1300 222 222
  • Carers Australia – 1800 242 636
    Work to improve health, wellbeing, resilience and financial security of carers.
    Manage the delivery of national programs, support and services for carers across
  • Anglicare
    Offers a range of programs and services focused on mental health
  • The Salvation Army
  • Quest for Life Foundation - 1300 941 488
    Residential programs ‘Moving Beyond Trauma’ and 1 day programs specifically related to PTSD, as well as many other programs to aid mental health, chronic illness, loss or grief.
    Petrea King “..We take a whole person, recovery orientated approach which provides evidence-based practical strategies and tools to help heal the past, build resilience for the future and live in the present…”
  • Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation – 1300 566 525
    Supports Children living in families affected by mental illness. The programs provides recreational, educational camps and other activities, giving kids a break, in a fun, positive and safe environment. Kids have the opportunity to meet other kids in similar families and develop new friendships. Programs are free!
  • Domestic Violence Support – 1800 RESPECT
    Information, resources and support services to understand and stop the cycle of violence against women.