- Beacon 2.0
Directory of online programs, resources, apps, and support groups
- Blackdog Institute
Resources: Information covering depression and bipolar disorder, fact sheets, information on getting help.
- Head to Health
Resource with links to websites, apps, programs and forums
Factsheets, tools, community forums and support
Web and mobile app providing mental health information specific to South Western Sydney, including resources and local service details
Counselling and Treatment
- Beating Bipolar (15+ years)
Interactive internet based program consisting of 8 modules and access to an online forum moderated by a clinician
- eheadspace (12-25 years)
Online or telephone counselling for a range of issues
- Kids Helpline (5-25 years)
Telephone, online and email counselling and information on anxiety, depression, conflict, sexuality, self-harm and suicide
- Living with a Mood Disorder (15+ years)
Course to help people live successfully with a mood disorder, understand treatments and plan for living well with the symptoms they experience
- Mood Swings Online 15+ years
Online self-help tool including information on bipolar and treatments, coping in relationships with bipolar, and other useful links
- OnTrack 15+ years
Online programs for achieving mental and physical health and wellbeing for both the individual and those caring for a person with mental illness
- Sane 15+ years
Telephone counselling, online helpline and forum and resources for patients and family experiencing mental illness
What supports are available?
- Head To Health: Mental Health Hubs
Head to Health hubs are located in Bankstown and Liverpool.
Call 1800 595 212Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm (except public holidays) to talk to a trained professional about the appropriate support for you.
Suite 24, 1-5 Jacobs Street, Jacobs Court, Bankstown
Level 6, 203 Northumberland Street, Liverpool
Important: This information is to be viewed by someone who has received a diagnosis from their doctor. It is not designed to be used to diagnose a condition or as a substitute for ongoing medical care.