OnTrack is a free online treatment program that helps you self-manage your recovery from depression. It focuses on practical things you can do to make things better and helps you to set goals.
MoodGYM is an innovative, interactive web program designed to prevent depression. It consists of 5 modules, an interactive game, anxiety and depression assessments, downloadable relaxation audio, a workbook and feedback assessment.
For QLD residents, The Mental Health Association of Queensland offers free online support services with a registered psychologist or social worker, accessed via online video chat.
For Australian residents, outside of QLD, refer to the region-specific resources provided under the Emergency mental health help section on the DPS website.
The Lifeline Service Finder can be used to find other free or low cost health and community services in your area.
Telephone Counselling Services
Lifeline Counselling services for anyone at anytime.Phone 13 11 14.
Kids Helpline Telephone and online counselling for young people aged 12-25. Phone 1800 551 800.
SANE helpline Information, advice and referral for mental illness. Phone 1800 187 263.
beyondblue Information and referral for depression and anxiety. Phone 1300 224 636.
Diverse Voices Peer counselling service for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people and their families and friends. Phone 1800 184 527.
Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service Counselling and group programs for Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families. Phone 1800 011 046.
ARAFMI Support for family, friends and carers of people with mental illness. Phone 1800 351 881.
Men’s Line Telephone and online support, information and referral service to help men with relationship and other problems. Phone 1300 789 978.
Grow is Australia’s leading mutual help program for people with a mental illness.
For more information see Queensland Government’s Mental Health Search Service.