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If you’re thinking about suicide or experiencing a personal crisis, help is available. Please contact our free and confidential helpline. Phone, text and online chat services are available. There is hope. We’re here to support you.

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If life is in danger

Feeling suicidal
If you’re feeling suicidal, know that you’re not alone. We’re here to listen and support you. Learn more about our free suicide support helpline – it’s confidential. Find out what to expect when you contact Lifeline, including who you will speak to and how reaching out can help.
Having a difficult time
If you’re feeling low, sad, worried or overwhelmed, it’s important to know that this is normal and common. We’re here for you. Get information about free mental health support, depression help and resources that prioritise your wellbeing. This includes when and how to contact our Crisis Supporters.
Worried about someone
If you’re concerned that someone is struggling or thinking about suicide, you can contact Lifeline. Find out more information on how to support someone you’re worried about, including warning signs, toolkits, podcasts and resources to help with difficult conversations.

Lifeline Crisis Support in Queensland

Lifeline Queensland is part of a national network that answers calls to the Lifeline 13 11 14 Crisis Support Line. If you’re experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide, and you need to talk to someone now, call the Lifeline phone number, our free and confidential helpline providing 24/7 crisis care to anyone across Australia.

Help is available. Find out more

Disaster relief and community recovery

In the wake of a crisis or natural disaster in Queensland, Lifeline Queensland can help people deal with trauma and cope with grief and loss.

Our Community Recovery Team looks after a community’s emotional and psychosocial wellbeing following accidents or disasters such as floods, cyclones, bushfires and major health emergencies.

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Farmer to Lifeline Farmer – Support Line

The drought continues to challenge many of Queensland’s farmers. We’re here to listen, with tailored support from someone who understands your situation – a fellow farmer.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressures of farming and the drought, that’s normal and OK. Call our Farmer to Lifeline Farmer crisis support line to speak to a farmer familiar with just how tough things can get. Our team is here to lend an ear and suggest some simple strategies to help manage the stress.

Don’t let the drought beat you, call us 1800 936 229

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