Mental Health
Resources

The Mighty List

MR. KOYA does not purport to be a clinical psychologist or health professional or competent in any way. These resources reflect a health sampler by which one can accelerate a self-care journey. If you or someone you know is in need of crisis support, understand that help is available and not limited to the resources provided on this page. You are not alone.

Name Description Region Area of focus Hotlines?
Lifeline Australia Short-term confidential support by phone or text at any time of day or night. This is a great first step to talk to someone and determine the next best options AUS Crisis support or just starting the conversation 13 11 14
LOOKUP Movement that encourages people in Australia, and all around the world, to look up from their phones/technology and enjoy the world around them. AUS Mind, Mood, Perception  
MensLine Australia MensLine Australia offers national telephone and online support. It also provides information and referral services for men with family and relationship concerns. They focus on men who want to enhance and better manage difficulties in a relationship with their wife, partner, children, and everything in between. AUS Relationships, Mental Health, Family Violence 1300 78 99 78
Healthy Male Healthy Male collaborates with Australia’s leading researchers, specialists, clinicians and educators to develop information that fills the gaps in men’s health. They provide easy access to the latest scientific and medical research on male reproductive and sexual health. AUS Reproductive and Sexual Health 1300 303 878
Head to Health Head to Health provides help with mental health, digitally by the Australian Department of Health. It connects individuals to the best resources and professionals for their needs. AUS Anxiety, Stress, COVID Support  
OutwitTrade This article is a collection of comments and advice therapists have contributed to us on how to deal with anxiety, as well as stories from people who were able to overcome their anxiety and can talk about how they did it. AUS Anxiety  
The Defence All-hours Support Line Is a confidential telephone and online service for Australian Defence Force members and their families AUS Support Line 1800 628 036
R U OK? Inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with the people around them and start a conversation with anyone who may be struggling with life AUS Conversation and Suicide Prevention  
SANE Australia SANE provides peer support, counselling, information, and referrals to adults who identify as having a complex mental health issue, complex trauma or high levels of psychological distress. They also provide support to the family or friends who care about them. AUS Complex Mental Health Issues 1800 187 263
Kids Helpline Mental health support, but for those who are not yet adulting. AUS Mind, body, soul 1800 55 1800
Beyond Blue Working with the community to improve mental health and encourage wellbeing. They focus on supporting people affected by anxiety, depression, and suicide. A trusted source of information while also working together to prevent suicide through research, information, advice and support. AUS Anxiety, Depression, Suicide 1800 512 348
Mind Support across local communities across England and Wales, to anyone experiencing mental health problems. UK Mental/Emotional Health 0300 123 3393
Mental Health Foundation With resources to help everyone of all ages, the Mental Health Foundation aids in the prevention of mental health. They provide peer programs to improve mental health and engage with the public by hosting a Mental Health Awareness event across the UK yearly. UK Mental/Emotional Health  
Mental Health America: MHA Mental Health America is the nation's leading community based non-profit organization and are dedicated to providing help to those living with mental illness. US Mental Health Distress: 800 985 5990
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide free and confidential resources to be connected to skilled, local counselors within the area. US Substance Abuse, Mental Health Substance Abuse: 800 622 4357985 5990
National Alliance on Mental Illness(NAMI) NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives. US Mental Health 800 950 6264
International Association for Suicide Prevention The International Association for Suicide Prevention provides resources, guides and information to crisis centers throughout Europe. EU/Global Suicide Prevention  
Check Point Org Checkpoint raises mental health awareness for gamers and the gaming community. They use gaming as a way to treat mental health issues within the community. EU Mental Health for Gamers  
Mental Health Europe Mental Health Europe provides help lines and other resources for young people all over the EU. They also advocate for positive mental health and wellbeing, working closely with Eorpean institutions to end mental health stigmas. EU Mental Health  
Mental Health Europe and Euro Youth Mental Health Helplines and other resources for countries all across Europe. EU Youth Health

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