Mental Health Services
Lifeline's 24 hour telephone crisis support service is available to anyone needing emotional support. Lifeline is a confidential service staffed by trained volunteers.
Call 13 11 14 From anywhere in Australia 24 hours a day
Lifeline also provides online information about mental health issues and an online directory of mental health services on their website at www.lifeline.org.au
Lifeline Mental Health Resource Centre provides self-help information and tool kits about a range of mental health issues, including stress.
Lifeline Service Finder is an an online directory of free and low cost health and community services across Australia. Also available as an iPhone app.
Beyond Blue is a national government-funded depression initiative which provides information about depression, programs for schools and workplaces and information about mental health services
BeyondBlue also provides a telephone & email support & information service at 1300 22 4636 & email@example.com
Beyond Blue Infoline is a telephone and email service which provides information on depression, anxiety and related disorders, available treatments and referrals to relevant services.
Phone: 1300 22 4636 for the cost of a local call from anywhere in Australia;
Beyond Blue Medical or Allied Health Practitioner search is a national listing of health practitioners with expertise in the treatment of depression and anxiety, including pysychologists and other counsellors.
The Black Dog Institute is a not-for-profit, educational, research, clinical and community-oriented facility offering specialist expertise in depression and bipolar disorder. The website provides information about depression and mental health in general, as well as a Workplace Wellbeing questionnaire.
Better Health Channel (funded by the Victorian Government) is a health and medical information website that provides information to help people stay healthy or understand and manage their health and medical conditions. Funded by the State Government of Victoria & free of advertising and other commercial content.
The website provides clear and comprehensive information about health conditions, tests and treatments and about healthy living topics such as fitness, nutrition and work. Regularly voted the number one health and medical information website in Australia.
Health Direct is a online health information service providing information on a range of health and wellbeing topics.
ABC Health & Wellbeing (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) offers information and current news articles about a broad range of health and wellbeing topics.
Government Health Services
The Tasmania Department of Health and Human Services website provides information about health services offered by the Tasmanian government, with a searchable directory of services.
Health Direct Australia Health provides free advice from a registered nurse 24 hours a day. The nurse can give expert advice on any health problem, and direct you to local health services. Available to residents in ACT, NSW, NT, TAS, SA & WA.
Ph: 1800 022 222 - Free from landlines. Mobile charges may apply.
After hours GP services in the Hobart area. Provides medical consultations and home visits nights, weekends and public holidays. The doctor will provide a report to your GP with your permission. The service works in cooperation with many Hobart area GPs.
Ph: 1300 731 788
After hours GP services for rural Tasmania, accessed via your local GP telephone number. If your GP subscribes to the service, after hour calls are redirected to GP Assist. A registered nurse will assess your condition and contact emergency medical services or a GP if necessary.
Phone your local participating GP's telephone number to be redirected.
Alcohol & Drug Services
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an informal society of recovering alcoholics. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking. Member's anonymity is protected. There are 1800 regular AA meetings held across Australia. The national website provides a searchable directory of AA meetings across Australia.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) telephone helplines provide information and support over the phone. AA doesn't employ professional counsellors or psychologists. When you phone an AA helpline you will be talking to an AA member, a volunteer who is an alcoholic and is using the AA program to recover and stay sober. See the website for your local telephone helpline number or phone 1300 22 22 22 to be transferred to your nearest local AA office (for the cost of a local call from a landline).
Al-Anon is an informal support network of support groups for people who have family members or friends who have problems with alcohol or drug dependency. The website provides information about Al-Anon and a searchable directory of meetings across Australia.
Work Safety Authorities
WorkSafe Tasmania works to improve standards of safety, health and fairness in workplaces, buildings and energy infrastructure in Tasmania.