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

Tell Your Story

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Australian medical students and medical graduates are invited to share their story with readers of the AMSA Mental Health website. We understand that this is a very personal and potentially challenging topic to write about, so we welcome Anonymous responses if you prefer. All entries are checked by the website moderation team before publication.

  • Please enter your name, as you would like it to appear on the website. Or you can enter your name as Anonymous if you prefer.
  • Please enter your email address (not publicly released on the website)
  • Please enter the medical school you currently attend (this will appear on the website and is optional)
  • Please give your story a title. This will be used as the title on the website.
  • Please enter the 2 words below to confirm you are a real person (and not a spammer).
    By checking “I Agree” you confirm that you agree to allow your story to be published on mentalhealth.amsa.org.au.

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