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In Crisis?

The purpose of Togetherall is to help foster positive mental health and offer a safe, stigma free environment where people can work through what they are experiencing, using the peer support offered by the community. The community is moderated by mental health professionals.

Most of the time, therefore, members will not be in crisis, but we understand that sometimes unexpected events do happen.

We are not able to manage emergencies face-to-face or provide ongoing crisis support, but if you, or someone you know, needs urgent help related to their mental health, please use the resources below.


Australia emergency number – call triple zero (000)


How do I get help?

To find your local CATT (Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team) or PET (Psychiatric Emergency Teams), ring your closest major public hospital.

If you need help now, call your state’s mental health crisis line for immediate expert support. They will help you work out which services can best help. This could be the doctor, a hospital emergency department or a community mental health service. Sometimes, the CATT will be sent to you, wherever you are.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT): 1800 629 354 FREE — Mental Health Triage Service

New South Wales (NSW): 1800 011 511 FREE — Mental Health Line

Northern Territory (NT): 1800 682 288 — Northern Territory Mental Health Line

Queensland (QLD): 1300 MH CALL (1300 64 22 55) FREE — 24-hour specialist mental healthcare

South Australia (SA): 13 14 65 FREE — Mental Health Triage Service

Tasmania (TAS): 1800 332 388 FREE — Mental Health Service Helpline

Victoria (VIC): go here for mental health services in your area, or call NURSE-ON-CALL on 1300 60 60 24

Western Australia (WA): 1800 676 822 FREE — Mental Health Emergency Response Line  


Additional Australian crisis support


You can visit the Lifeline website here or call them on 13 11 14, their crisis support service is available 24/7. Anyone in Australia can speak to a trained Crisis Supporter over the phone, any time of the day or night.


Australian mental health services

You can find more detailed health advice from Health Direct here