Need Help Now?
If you or someone close to you is in distress or immediate danger dial 000 as soon as possible.
Suicidal thoughts can occur to anyone at any point in their life. They are more common than you may realise. You may be feeling overwhelming pain, hopeless, worthless, isolated, or like there is no way out. While it is OK to have suicidal feelings, it is important to reach out and let someone know how you’re feeling.
If you are having suicidal thoughts, you can reach out to the agencies below who have supportive, trained, professional staff and volunteers who are trained to listen deeply to what is happening for you, without passing judgment.
You may also find other groups listed below who can assist and support you, depending on your own specific circumstances.
If you don’t feel like you can call any of the above services, you can also:
talk to someone you trust
contact your GP, a counsellor, psychologist or psychiatrist
visit a hospital emergency department