Supporting good mental health

UnitingCare is here for you, through Lifeline’s 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services; specialised programs for children who are affected by mental illness and their families; and a dedicated hospital-based mental health service.

 

UnitingCare is here for you, through Lifeline’s 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services; specialised programs for children who are affected by mental illness and their families; and a dedicated mental health service at two of our hospitals.

 

If you are struggling or in crisis — please, reach out to us.

Lifeline Queensland
If you’re thinking about suicide or experiencing a personal crisis, help is available. Lifeline provides 24-hour crisis support on the phone, text or chat, as well as mental health training, and disaster relief and community recovery.
StandBy
StandBy – Support After Suicide is dedicated to supporting people and communities in Queensland who are impacted by suicide. StandBy support is free, and accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
RISC
Our Responding to Issues of Suicide in our Community (RISC) program supports individuals, families, organisations and networks affected by suicide in the Gympie region with a listening ear, as well as training, events and activities.
Minds Alive
Minds Alive is a free, inclusive support service on the Sunshine Coast that offers face-to-face holistic support to vulnerable children and young people up to 18 who are affected by or at risk of mental illness, and their families.
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Cooinda, Buderim Private Hospital
Our Cooinda Mental Health Service at Buderim Private Hospital treats a range of mental health issues, including anxiety, mood disorders, post-natal depression, alcohol and drug dependency and post-traumatic stress disorder.