Head to Health

What is Head to Health?

Head to Health is an Australian Government program aimed at providing support for mental health concerns through an online platform.

What Does Head to Health Offer?

- Online Portal: Head to Health offers a user-friendly online portal that provides access to a wide range of digital resources and support services.

- Information: Users can find trusted information on mental health conditions, treatment options, and self-help strategies.

- Online Programs: The platform offers online programs and tools designed to help individuals manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.

- Apps: Users can discover and access mental health apps that offer tools

- Phone Services: Head to Health provides a information about phone services, including helplines and support hotlines, for immediate assistance.

Who Can Benefit From Head to Health?

- Individuals: Head to Health is beneficial for individuals seeking support for their own mental health concerns.

- Families and Friends: It also offers resources and information for family members and friends who are supporting someone with a mental health condition.

Why Choose Head to Health?

- Accessibility: The online platform makes it easy for individuals to access mental health support from the comfort of their own home.

- Trusted Information: Head to Health provides reliable and evidence-based information and resources.

- Variety of Resources: Users have access to a variety of resources, including information, online programs, apps, and phone services, catering to different needs and preferences.

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Youth Service


Headspace is a leading Australian national youth mental health foundation dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of young people aged 12-25. Headspace offers comprehensive support services designed to assist young people with mental health, physical health, work and study issues, and substance abuse. With over 110 centres across Australia, Headspace ensures accessible, free, or low-cost services, providing essential support during critical times.

Headspace provides a wide range of services to meet the diverse needs of young people. Their mental health services include counselling and psychological therapies addressing anxiety, depression, stress, and relationship issues. Physical health services cover general health checks, sexual health, and management of physical conditions. For young people facing challenges in employment or education, Headspace offers vocational support and guidance. Additionally, Headspace addresses substance abuse through education, counselling, and recovery programs, supporting young individuals in overcoming addiction.

Headspace is committed to making its services easily accessible, offering both in-person support at centres and online assistance through eheadspace. This ensures young people can receive help regardless of their location. Headspace actively engages with the community through outreach programs, workshops, and events to raise awareness about youth mental health. By partnering with schools, community organizations, and other health services, Headspace creates a supportive environment for young people. The organization also involves young people in service development, ensuring that their programs are relevant and effective in meeting the needs of the youth.

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Beyond Blue

Get mental health support

We all have good days and bad days. Then there are those days when something isn't quite right, you've got something on your mind, or things just seem too much.

It can make a real difference having someone to talk to. To hear what you have to say. And to give you advice.

Connect with online peer support community

Anonymously read, share and learn from people who understand what you're going through. Share your lived experience with our welcoming peer support community at the Beyond Blue Forums.

Talk or chat online to a counsellor

If you’re going through a hard time right now, the Beyond Blue Support Service is available 24/7 for brief counselling. Most calls last around 20 minutes.

Our counsellors will listen and help you find the extra mental health help you need.

Get 6 free sessions with a mental health coach

Stressed or overwhelmed about everyday life issues?

Our NewAccess mental health coaching program may be right for you if you’re not currently seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist.

Mental health coaches give you the tools to care for your mental health. This can include everyday issues like work, study, relationships, health or loneliness.

Find a mental health professional

Looking for ongoing mental health services? We explain what different mental health professionals do and how to find one near you.

Eating Disorders

Butterfly Foundation

For anyone in Australia concerned about eating disorders or body image issues, whether you need support for yourself or someone you care about. All counsellors are qualified mental health professionals with a background in psychology, social work or counselling. They also have specialist training in eating disorders and body image.

Contact via the helpline at 1800 334 673, via email, or via their contact form.



Free grief support

Griefline works with anyone experiencing grief and loss across Australia.

Everyone grieves differently. Your grief is as unique as your own fingerprint. However, while often immensely painful, grief is our natural healing process in response to loss.

Grief comes and goes, it can be intense and then manageable, predictable and then uncontrollable. It might be brought on by a recent loss or a historical one, be triggered by an anniversary or the dread of an approaching milestone.

Griefline is not a crisis-support or emergency support service

If you are in an emergency situation or are at immediate risk of harming yourself or others, please call 000.

If you are experiencing crisis, or are worried about yourself or someone else, please contact Lifeline by phoning

13 11 14 or by texting 0477 13 11 14

Kids Helpline is available 24/7 to support young people aged between five and 25, call 1800 551 800



GriefLink provides information for people who are dealing with grief caused by the death of someone close to them, and for those who are supporting them. The death of someone we know is something we all face at some time in our life, and grief is a normal reaction to this loss.

The impact of grief is often underestimated, and so it can be hard to know what is ‘normal’ and what you can do to cope or help others to cope. GriefLink can help you find information about different experiences of grief, the feelings and reactions you or those you care for might be experiencing, and things that can help.

GriefLink does not provide counselling support for those grieving. If such support is required, you can find links to other organisations who provide support for the bereaved at the bottom of each GriefLink page. If the matter is urgent, please contact LifeLine (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800) for immediate help.

The information on the site has been compiled and reviewed by a broad range of professionals and consumers in South Australia with knowledge and experience in the area of loss and grief.

Youth Service

Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline is Australia's leading free, private, and confidential 24/7 counseling service for young people aged 5-25. Since 1991, it has offered immediate support for issues such as mental health, bullying, relationships, and family problems. Accessible via phone, email, and webchat, Kids Helpline ensures help is always available, no matter the time or location.

Comprehensive Counselling Services

Kids Helpline provides diverse counselling tailored to children and young people. It addresses mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and stress, and assists with school challenges, bullying, friendships, and family dynamics. Professional counsellors create a safe space, offering compassionate and effective support to ensure every young person feels heard and understood.

Accessibility and Community Outreach

Committed to accessibility, Kids Helpline operates 24/7 and offers support through phone, email, and webchat. Beyond individual counselling, it engages in community outreach by providing educational resources and partnering with schools and organizations to promote mental health awareness, creating a supportive environment for young people across Australia.

Key Features and Benefits

- 24/7 Availability: Immediate support anytime.

- Multiple Contact Methods: Phone, email, and webchat options.

- Confidential and Private: Safe space for discussing issues.

- Professional Counsellors: Expert guidance and support.

- Community Engagement: Promotes mental health awareness through partnerships and resources.



Lifeline offers a wide range of crisis support services tailored to individuals experiencing emotional distress or suicidal thoughts. Services include 24/7 phone support via the Lifeline Crisis Line, text messaging, and real-time online chat. Professional counsellors provide immediate, confidential support, helping individuals manage their crises and find a path forward. Lifeline also offers resources and referrals to additional mental health services and support networks.

Accessibility and Community Outreach

Lifeline is dedicated to making its services easily accessible, operating 24/7 and providing support through multiple channels—phone, text, and online chat. Beyond individual support, Lifeline engages in community outreach through public education, advocacy, and training programs. By raising awareness about mental health and suicide prevention, Lifeline helps build a more informed and supportive community across Australia.

Key Features and Benefits

- 24/7 Availability: Immediate crisis support at any time.

- Multiple Contact Methods: Phone, text, and online chat options.

- Confidential and Private: Safe and confidential crisis support.

- Professional Counsellors: Expert guidance and emotional support.

- Community Engagement: Public education and advocacy for mental health and suicide prevention.

By providing comprehensive, accessible, and confidential crisis support, Lifeline Australia plays a crucial role in suicide prevention and mental health support, ensuring individuals in crisis receive the help they need.


MensLine Australia

MensLine Australia is a free telephone and online counselling service offering support for Australian men anywhere, anytime.

By Phone

MensLine Australia offers free professional 24/7 telephone counselling support for men with concerns about mental health, anger management, family violence (using and experiencing), addiction, relationship, stress and wellbeing.

By Video and Online Chat

MensLine Australia offers free professional 24/7 online counselling support for men with concerns about mental health, anger management, family violence (using and experiencing), addiction, relationship, stress and wellbeing.