Help & Crisis Support
Remember, if it is an emergency or life is in danger, please call 000.

Lifeline

Crisis support with a key focus on suicide prevention in Australia (available 24/7)

13 11 14

lifeline.org.au

beyondblue

Information on depression, anxiety and how to help yourself or a friend. Telephone, online and email support available (available 24/7)

1300 22 4636

youthbeyondblue.com

Suicide Call Back Service

Free nationwide professional telephone and online counselling for anyone affected by suicide, or suicidal thoughts (available 24/7)

1300 659 467

suicidecallbackservice.org.au

Lifeline NZ

Offers crisis support helpline services as well as face-to-face counselling (available 24/7)

0800 543 354

lifeline.org.nz

Promote the Campaign

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Want to get involved?

Promote the AMSA Mental Health Campaign and become a mental health advocate today!

  • Paint the town blue
    Print this poster for your common rooms and clinical schools to let other students know about the campaign! Remember to check any university or hospital guidelines before displaying promotional material

 

  • Get involved with Blue Week at your campus
    To find out ways you can get involved with Blue Week, or perhaps even run your own, get in touch with your MedSoc or email our C&W Liaison officer for more information at brian.fernandes@amsa.org.au

 

  • Run an event
    Get in touch with your MedSoc or Community & Wellbeing Representative if you have an idea for a Mental Health Event. If you would like to run a workshop and need some ideas, please click here or contact mentalhealth@amsa.org.au.

 

  • Start a wellbeing initiative
    Have a great idea for a project? Get in touch with your MedSoc, or contact us at mentalhealth@amsa.org.au

 

  • Share your story
    We are always seeking real-life stories from students who have overcome a particular difficulty. These stories can make a real difference to someone who may be struggling, and shows that they’re not alone. To share your story, click here

 

  • Talk to your faculty
    Find out what support services are available, and what your faculty are doing to support you and your fellow medical students. You could also tell them about the AMSA Mental Health Campaign and the importance of maintaining faculty support services for medical students.

 

 

  • Get social
    Get on board with our social media campaign

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