Mental Health

Break O'Day Mental Health Services Directory

Mental Health Service Provision Directory for Break O’Day Region only that lists service providers and referral pathways (updated quarterly).

View or download the pdf here.

@ReachOut_Aus is a one-stop-shop that helps connect young people to help when they need it most 

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Enterprising Aardvark

A new, free, not-for-profit counselling service for people in Northern Tasmania who have experienced complex early childhood trauma and sexual assault, as well as those people who care for and support them.

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Find Help Tas

A comprehensive list of Tasmania's social services.

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LifeLine Tasmania

Volunteering opportunities and Training Workshops.  Click on link to find out more

You could answer our next call 

Begin a conversation with us now to commence your journey towards becoming a 13 11 14 Volunteer Crisis Supporter in 2019.

Working on the frontline of suicide prevention, you could make a significant difference to people experiencing personal crisis.

Becoming a Volunteer Crisis Supporter is something that our volunteers describe as 'life changing’.

Anyone is eligible to apply, provided the following criteria are met:

·        Must be 18 years or over

·        Must be willing to undertake a Criminal Record Check prior to acceptance into training

·        Must be an Australian resident

·        Must demonstrate the relevant attributes as outlined in the Crisis Supporter Position Description

·        Must be willing and able to meet all annual Lifeline accreditation requirements, including regular shifts, logged in hours, professional development and supervision.

To explore the training and volunteering options available in Telephone Crisis Support, contact us via