Mental health and Wellbeing
CONNECT WITH SUPPORT
Sport Integrity Australia’s independent complaints process is designed to keep Australian sport safe and fair. However, Sport Integrity Australia understand that going through a complaints process can often make people feel overwhelmed, isolated, confused, and anxious. It can be an extremely challenging time for anyone involved, and it is important to look after your mental health and wellbeing and seek support if you need it. The following services are free to access.
If you, or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 000, visit your nearest hospital emergency or use any of these crisis helplines.
National Support Services
13 11 14 | lifeline.org.au
24/7 telephone, text and online crisis counselling and information.
1300 224 636 | beyondblue.org.au
24/7 telephone and online support services for people affected by anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Black Dog Institute
(02) 9382 4530 | blackdoginstitute.org.au
Mental Health resources and support tools.
Crossing The Line
Expert advice and information on mental health and wellbeing in sport.
1800 737 732
24-hour sexual assault and domestic violence support
1800 650 890 | Headspace.org.au
Confidential telephone and online mental health support services for young people aged 12–25.
1800 551 800 | kidshelpline.com.au
24/7 confidential telephone and online counselling services for young people aged 12–25.
Wellmob Online Counselling
Wellbeing resources made by and for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people.
Yarning Safe N Strong
1800 959 563 | Vahs.org.au/yarning-safenstrong
24/7 wellbeing telephone support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
For a comprehensive list of nationally available free services, visit the Mental Health Australia website.
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