Where to Get Help

Call one of the services below

Country SA PHN does not provide direct crisis services. If you or someone you know needs more urgent care, please call one of the services below:


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Head to Health
  • If you want some support for your mental health and wellbeing, but aren’t exactly sure what that looks like, the Head to Health quiz can be a good starting point. Whether you want help with a specific issue you’re facing, or are looking to improve your mood and wellbeing, the quiz can guide you to helpful services and resources.   Click the link to access the quiz
  • Call 1800 595 212 for free mental health advice and support or visit your nearest Head to Health centre or Pop Up clinic.To find your nearest centre or clinic click the link

Life In Mind National Communications Charter (The Charter)

The Charter is a resource and uniting document to guide the way people in mental health and suicide prevention sectors, government, business and community members talk about mental ill-health and suicide. 

Country SA PHN is a proud signatory to The Charter and Chez Curnow – Executive Manager Mental Health and AOD Strategy is one of The Life In Mind National Communications Charter Champions.

Click here to access further information about The Charter

The language we use to talk about suicide and mental illness can contribute to stigma and alienate members of the community. The Charter has developed a number of tools in the form of a series of language guides to support individuals, workplaces and communities. To access the language guides for Mental Illness and Suicide click here.

Life in Mind Resources

Life in Mind have a collection of suicide prevention resources for people in the suicide prevention sector, as well as those working in mental health, government, business and community groups, such as:

For more resources go to the Life in Mind website

Conversations Matter

Conversations Matter is a practical online resource to support safe and effective community discussions about suicide. Click here to access resources

Mindframe – Communicating about suicide

When communicating about suicide it’s important to remember that suicide is a complex issue and is often not preceded by a single event or condition.  To access information about what to be mindful of when communicating about suicide click here

StandBy Support After Suicide

StandBy is accessible seven days a week, providing free face-to face and/or telephone support at a time and place that is best for each individual.

The program offers coordinated evidence-based support and resources (including connections to local services and groups) that is individualised for each person’s unique circumstance. This support is continued for up to two years to ensure those that engage with StandBy are not alone and receive ongoing support.