Support Act Wellbeing Helpline – Mental Health Services
Free, confidential phone counselling service, available to anyone who works in Australian music or the arts.
LGBTQI+ Support Line (option 2)
First Nations Support Line (option 3)
Manager Support Hotline (option 4),
Sexual Health and Safety Support Line (option 5)
A regularly updated resource of evidence-based information, articles, videos, plus app and book recommendations, specifically curated for those who work in music.
Helpful information and contacts for those who have experienced sexual harm, harassment or systemic discrimination in Australian music.
National domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service.
Ask Izzy – Service Seeking in your area
Find the help you need, now and nearby with over 400,000 support services.
Trained financial counsellors who will assess your situation, provide free advice and connect you with further services and support as needed.
Tackling credit, debt and insurance matters for our peoples. Contact the Mob Strong Debt Help line for free telephone legal advice about credit, debt, banking and insurance.
Free and confidential support live chat and email support, self-help advice and information. Available to anyone experiencing harm and concerned about a friend or family member.
QUIT Smoking – Quitline
Highly skilled, friendly Quitline counsellors deliver behavioural interventions to help people stop smoking.
Call Aboriginal Quitline when you’re ready to yarn about quitting and ask to speak with an Aboriginal counsellor when you call.
Soundfair is working for a world that is fair – fulfilling, accessible, inclusive and respectful – for people living with hearing conditions, including Tinnitus.
Housing Service – Info and crisis options
Offers a range of services and support information if you are homeless or at risk of homelessness or family violence.
Specialist support services for anyone in Victoria who is experiencing or afraid of family violence.
24/7 phone line to connect family violence specialists will support you to find safety from domestic abuse.
Confidential alcohol and drug counseling with qualified counsellors via phone or online 24/7
NEW SOUTH WALES
Link2Home – Housing Service
A statewide telephone service providing information, assessment and referral to specialist homelessness services, temporary accommodation and other appropriate services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Trained caseworkers are available 24/7 to provide counselling, advice on legal help, and referrals to support services and women’s shelters.
Free and confidential counselling helpline for NSW residents with concerns around alcohol and/or drug misuse. Speak with professional counsellors who can provide information, counselling, support and referrals to other appropriate services close to you.
Homeless Hotline – Housing Information and Referral Service
Phone information and referral service for people who are experiencing homelessness to support you with; emergency accommodation, how to find services, showers and meals & advice and support.
DV Connect – Domestic Violence Information
DV Connect supports Queenslanders find pathways to safety, away from domestic, family and sexual violence. Providing emergency transport, safety planning, crisis counselling, intervention, information and referrals.
24/7 counselling, information and advice for people in Queensland with alcohol and other drug concerns.
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
One Link – Homeless and Housing intake service
OneLink connects those ACT who are homeless or at risk of homelessness with specialised support services near you via phone or online chat
Free support for anyone living in the ACT region affected by domestic and family violence. Including 24/7 crisis line, legal support, safety planning, advice information and connection with other support programs
Free, confidential drug and alcohol support and counselling 24/7 via phone or online chat
Shelter Me – Local Housing Support service, based on your situation and location
ShelterMe provides information to those seeking accommodation and support services and assists the sector as a referral tool. Support includes: a place to stay, food, money, Drug and alcohol support, legal advice, someone to talk to, clothes or other home basics.
1800 RESPECT – Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Support
24/7 counselling, information and support service for anyone affected by domestic, family and sexual violence.
24/7 drug and alcohol support, information, counselling and referral to services in the NT. Whether you are having issues with alcohol or other drugs, are concerned about someone else’s alcohol or other drug use, or just have general questions about alcohol or other drugs, you can call ADIS any time of the day or week.
24/7 line to connect those in Tasmania with housing and support.
Information and referral service for response, counselling, information and other support services
A 24/7 service providing information, advice & referral on any matter in relation to drugs & alcohol. Services whole of Tasmania.
24/7 telephone service for anyone experiencing homelessness in South Australia. Available anytime as a free call to help you find information and a direct referral into homelessness services.
Supports women and their children who are experiencing domestic and family violence.
ADIS is a confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service staffed by trained professionals with experience in the alcohol and other drug field.
Housing and Homelessness – Entry point Perth
Assisting people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Western Australia to access accommodation and support options.
Crisis Care Helpline – Entry point Perth
Crisis Care Unit, operates twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Provides information, advice, support and intervention for people in crises and needing urgent help including child protection concerns, family and domestic violence, suicidal ideation and homelessness.
24-hour service that provides support and counselling for women experiencing family and domestic violence. Includes phone counselling, information and advice, referral to local advocacy and support services, liaison with police if necessary and support in escaping situations of family and domestic violence.
24-hour service that provides counselling for men who are concerned about their violent and abusive behaviours. Information and support is also available for men who have experienced family and domestic violence.
A 24/7 service providing information, advice & referral on any matter in relation to drugs & alcohol.