Crisis and Emergency Numbers
In an emergency call 000
Call 131114 for 24/7 nationwide crisis support and suicide prevention services or chat online on their website.
Call 1300 22 4636 for 24 /7 nationwide mental health support or chat online on their website.
Call 1800 18 7263 for mental health support and information. Visit their website by clicking here
Suicide Call Back Service
Call 1300 659 467 for 24/7 nationwide telephone counselling to people aged 18 years and over who are feeling suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal or bereaved by suicide. https://www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au
1800 RESPECT/ 1800 737 732 – Help for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
1800 Respect is the National Sexual Assault, Family and Domestic Violence Counselling Line for any Australians who have experienced, or are at risk of, family and domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
Tabor also has trained staff who can assist you. If you have witnessed or experienced an act of sexual harassment or assault you can
• Speak to a staff member who you trust
• Contact Adam Klimkiewicz (Student Support and Success Coach in Adelaide) or June Stankowski (Wellbeing Officer in Perth).
• Report the incident on the online form on the Home page of Tabor Online under Student Wellbeing. You can do this anonymously if you want to.
Making a report does not initiate a complaint, it is the first step to offer you support and a chance to discuss your options.
National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline
Call 1800 250 015 for free and confidential advice about alcohol and other drugs. You will automatically be directed to the Alcohol and Drug Information Service in your state or territory. These local alcohol and other drug telephone services offer support, information, counselling, and referral to services.
Family Drug Support
1300 368 186 for information and support for families of drug and alcohol users, including a 24hour support line. www.fds.org.au
Mental Health Tools & Apps
My Coping Plan - “My Coping Plan” is a smartphone app, created by psychologist Dr Helen Stallman of the University of South Australia, that guides you through the process of creating a plan for yourself to follow during times of distress. It is available for free download from the Apple Store or Google Play.
Other useful mental health support: