- 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
Telephone and online support, information and referrals for men with mental health, drug and alcohol, and relationship concerns
- Mood Gym 15+ years
Online training program with modules on self-awareness, the relationship between thinking and feeling, and interpersonal skills
Website supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of pregnant women, new mums and their families
- 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
- 1Giant Mind
12‑step meditation tutorial to improve wellbeing
- Gratitude 365
Encourages individuals to improve their mood and wellbeing by exercising and keeping a daily gratitude journal
- Life Charge
Journalling app that helps users reflect on daily events. Encourages users to track and analyse their thinking and see changes over time
An app to help track your niggles (feelings that won’t go away) and improve your mental wellbeing. Developed by kidshelpline and Queensland University of technilogy
Multiple apps (for people 12+ years), including:
- ReachOut Breathe – teaches breathing techniques to slow the heart rate and reduce the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety
- Recharge – a sleep app that provides a personalised 6‑week program focussing on developing healthy sleep/wake patterns to improve mood, energy, and wellbeing
- WorryTime – provides tools for managing stress
- Smiling Mind
Teaches mindfulness meditation and wellness techniques to improve general health and build resilience
- MyLife - Stop, Breathe & Think
Mindfulness, meditation, and compassion‑building lifestyle tool
What supports are available?
- Safe Haven
Safe Haven provides a free, non-clinical alternative to the Emergency Department for suicide support. The Safe Haven Peer Support team have their own personal lived experience of suicidal distress.
- 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.