Life can be tough sometimes…we are here to help you get the support you need, so you can thrive and be all you can be. It’s a free service, come on in or connect with us. Email, phone, text or messenger we’d love to chat.
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13 YARN is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis Centre run by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. A culturally safe space open 24/7 across the entire country.Go To Website
If you are in immediate danger call 000.
For all other times call 1800 FULLSTOP OR 1800 385 578 for counselling and other services.Go To Website
1800 737 732
Confidential information, counselling and support service. We are open 24 hours to support people impacted by domestic, family or sexual violence.Go To Website
Counselling Online is a free and confidential service that provides 24/7 support to people across Australia affected by alcohol or drug use. Different options: telephone counselling, chat counselling or email a question, peer support forums etc.Go To Website
Blue Knot Helpline and Redress Support Service 1300 657 380
National Counselling and Referral Service – Disability 1800 421 468
Information and support for people living with the effects of abuse, neglect, or violence and their support network. There are also bi-lingual counsellors and a disability counselling and referral service.Go To Website
1800 435 799 – a 24 hour crisis line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males. The line is staffed by Aboriginal men, including Elders, who have a lived experience in the issues that the line offers support for.Go To Website
Free and a part of Women’s Legal Service NSW.
Our financial counselling service helps women who have experienced family violence to improve their financial wellbeing and supports them to recover from the financial problems caused by the abuse or family breakdown.Go To Website
This program offers free and confidential support for young people who are experiencing an early episode of psychosis or are at risk of developing psychosis.Go To Website
See Play Safe for all the info. Booking an STI test can seem a little daunting – especially if it’s your first time. But it’s a lot easier than you think, and nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about.Go To Info
The NCCG is dedicated to helping bereaved children and their families rebuild their lives, by teaching them how to live with their grief. They provide children to 18 and adults counselling, national outreach support services, kids groups, parents groups, family camps etc.Go To Website
Counselling for youth aged between 12-18 and their families. Based in Manly
Ph: 02 8495 5013
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Everything sex, STIs, testing, ask a nurse and safety at World Pride.Go To Website
Call 1800 184 527 or webchat counselling 3pm – midnight every day.
For the LGBTQIA+ community or the people who care about them.Go To Website
1800 497 212
24/7 phone support for the LGBTQIA+ community and their loved ones. Support and referrals, information, medical help, safety planning and everything else to do with sexual, domestic and family violence.Go To Website
A free coaching service for parents and carers. Create clarity and increase confidence to support your teen through a tough time.Go To Website
Youth and Family Drug and Alcohol support, counselling and education
91 Pittwater Road, Manly 2095
Level 4, Suite 1, 69 Christie St, St Leonards NSW 2065
Ph: 02 9977 0711
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Free and confidential…prospective TAFE students are able to access the service to assist with course choice decisions and career planning.
Students enrolled with TAFE NSW are able to access a range of services to assist in career development and personal support.
Phone 131 601Go To Website
Fee-free TAFE is available for people who enrol after 1 December 2022 and commence their course between 1 January 2023 and 31 December 2023.
TAFE NSW will provide more than 300 qualifications from certificates to diplomas that align to the state’s priority industry growth sectors, free of tuition fees for eligible students.Go To Website
Counselling at Twenty10 provides an opportunity for you to talk about what’s going on in your life in a safe environment.
Counselling is a collaborative and supportive space where you can work through the things going on in your life, whilst building upon your strengths and values.
Our counselling service is free, and you do not need a referral or Medicare card to qualify. Twenty10 can assist with referrals to counsellors closer to home if needed.Go To Website
WINGS of Hope supports people and their communities that are bereaved by suicide, by reducing isolation and preventing harm. It provides resources, linkages and direct support, and is especially focused on children and families bereaved by suicide. They also assist with practical supports, such a funeral arrangements, providing assistance with daily living (such as child care, shopping, etc.), comfort by talking to family members, access to counselling, liaising with the police, as well as assisting with managing legal issues.Go To Website