Mental Health Resources

Getting help for urgent mental health problems.

People needing immediate help are encouraged to contact one of the following organisations.

National Crisis Support Services

Resources For Those Needing Help

  • Phone 1300 659 467
  • www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au
  • Anyone aged 15+ years who is suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide, or a health professional supporting a suicidal individual.
  • Available 24/7.
  • Access up to 6 x 1 hour telephone counselling sessions.
  • Online counselling available at set times – see website for details.

General Mental Health

Advice And Support Around Mental Wellbeing And Awareness
  • Phone 1300 22 46 36
  • www.beyondblue.org.au
  • Beyond Blue supports communities across Australia to understand depression and anxiety and to help people to seek help for themselves.
  • Information and advice is available via the website and telephone support line.
  • 1800 18 SANE (1800 18 7263)
  • www.sane.org
  • SANE Australia helps anyone affected by mental illness to lead a better life, through its campaigning, education and research.
  • SANE also gives out information and advice via the SANE Helpline 9am-5pm on week days.

FIFO Mental Health Prevention And Education

Tailored Mental Health Support For The FIFO Sector

FIFO Focus builds resilient FIFO employees and families and supportive workplaces by improving psychological and organisational health through education and prevention strategies. FIFO Focus psychologists are also able to direct individuals to the right services and can also be reached on their Facebook page and the FIFO Development Facebook Group.

You can also hear FIFO Focus on REDFM radio station every Saturday morning from 6am. Read free articles and advice on the blog and sign up to the newsletter to stay up to date with our initiatives.

We create happier, healthier FIFO Workplaces. Individuals. Families.

Want to meet people who understand the challenges of the FIFO lifestyle? Check out our social events for FIFO Workers.
A range of workshops and learning events in the Perth metropolitan area for prospective and current FIFO workers and their partners.
Our registered psychologists are available to provide personalised counselling to deliver high-quality care, tailored to your needs.
Do you need to talk to someone one-to-one to discuss the challenges you are facing with FIFO and get actionable advice to improve your outcomes?

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