After a natural disaster
Living through a natural disaster can take a toll on your mental health and wellbeing. It’s vital that you and the people around you seek appropriate support.
There are a range of mental health support services available to people that provide confidential phone support and advice on how to deal with different types of mental health issues.
Specialist services include:
- Aboriginal community
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Carers and families
- Children and young people
- Disability and intellectual disability
- LGBTIQ community
- Multicultural - CALD - ESL community
- Older people
- Perinatal and parenting
- Rural community
- Suicide prevention
- Suicide attempt support and aftercare
The Mental Health Line is available to everyone in NSW and operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The service is staffed by mental health professionals who will ask questions to determine if you or, the person you are concerned about, needs ongoing mental health care and how urgently it is needed.