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Help is Available

If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call 000 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department.

If you are concerned about your own or someone else’s mental health, you can call the Access Mental Health Helpline on 1800 332 388 for advice.

Access Mental Health is a mental health support, triage, and referral phone line delivered by the Department of Health, Tasmania in partnership with Lifeline Tasmania. It operates from 9am to 10pm every day to support the Tasmanian community and makes it easier to access the Tasmanian mental health system.

Anyone in Tasmania can call Access Mental Health on 1800 332 388 for:

  • immediate counselling support over the phone
  • information about the Tasmanian mental health system
  • help making a referral to public mental health services.


Having a tough time and need someone to talk to right now? The following services can help. They are confidential and available 24/7.


Let's Talk Podcast

Build 'Em Up Podcast

Three Book Gallery - - **This guide** - **This page**

Websites - **This guide** - **This page**


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TasTAFE want everyone to succeed in their chosen studies. The Student Support team are here to help you through any challenge you may face during your time with us at TasTAFE. You can access their support services, including making an appointment with a Counsellor, at the following webpage:


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