H A R P E R  Psychology

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Mental Health Crisis & Emergency

If you or anybody you know are experiencing a crisis or an emergency (suicidal attempt or ideation, psychosis, self harm or harm to others) you need to call 000 or make your way immediately to your nearest hospital emergency department. Alternatively ACIS may assist by calling 1314 65.

Please let your psychologist know in your first, or subsequent appointments, if you are experiencing any of the above so a safety plan can be implemented outside of your counselling sessions.

Crisis Support 24/7

Assessment & Crisis Intervention Service (ACIS) - 13 14 65

Lifeline - 13 11 14

Kids Helpline - 1800 551 800

Child Abuse Prevention Service - 1800 688 009

MensLine Australia - 1300 789 978

The Salvation Army - 1300 362 622

Other Crisis Support Services (May not be available 24/7)

Suicide Call Back Service - 1300 659 467

Protection & Safety

Police Assistance  - phone 131 444
Non emergency calls for police attendance.

Victim Support Service  - phone 8231 5626 - country callers phone 1800 182 368
Counselling and information for people who have been a victim of crime. 9AM–5PM Monday–Friday.

Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service  - phone 8226 8787 - country callers phone 1800 817 421
Emergency medical and counselling services for people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Yarrow Place can help you report assault to the police, but you do not have to involve the police.

Aboriginal Services

Aboriginal services
Aboriginal Sobriety Group Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP) - phone 8223 4063 - mobile 0411 474 368
The Mobile Assistance Patrol transports people under the influence of alcohol or other drugs to places of safety and support. Service available 7 days a week, 6PM–4AM.

Nunga Miminis Shelter - phone 8223 2200 (phone and TTY) - after hours, phone Crisis Care on 13 1611
Support and emergency accommodation for Aboriginal women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Service available 9AM–5PM Monday–Friday.