Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800

Kids Helpline is a 24 hour, 7 day a week counselling service for Australian young people aged between 5 and 25 years.

Kids Helpline talk to more than 6,000 kids each week, about all sorts of problems.

Young people can access KidsHelpline by calling 1800 55 1800 or visiting their website.

Lifeline 13 11 14

Lifeline offer a free 24-hour telephone counselling service. Anyone can call Lifeline at any time. As well as providing telephone counselling, Lifeline can provide you with information about other support services available in your area.

Phone 13 11 14

Cybersmart Program

The Australian Communications and Media Authority's Cybersmart website is an important initiative under the Australian Government's cybersafety education program.

This website provides cybersafety information for children, teens and parents. It also has an Online Helpline for young people who have had negative online experiences, such as cyberbullying.

Reach Out

The Reach Out website 'inspires young people to help themselves through tough times'. The website provides information on a range of mental health issues and connects young people through blogs and forums.

An initiaitve of the Inspire Foundation, Reach Out aims to help young people improve their mental health and wellbeing through information, support and referral.

Bullying. No Way!

This website is for teachers, students and parents. It provides information, forums and support to help reduce bullying, violence, harassment and discrimination in schools.

Developed and managed by all Australian education authorities, it is for use by all Australia's Government, Catholic and Independent school communities.

Bullying in schools and what to do about it

This website is developed and managed by Dr Ken Rigby, Adjunct Research Professor and an educational consultant based at the University of South Australia.

The website raises awareness about bullying in schools and provides information about relevant research. It aims to 'help schools, children and parents in practical ways to overcome the serious problem of bullying.'

Anti-Bullying Network

Established by the University of Edinburgh in 1999 the Anti-Bullying Network is a not-for-profit organisation supporting anti-bullying work in schools and promoting research to reduce the incidence of bullying.

Their website provides information about bullying and how it can be tackled.

Bullying of LGBT - It Gets Better Project

Growing up isn’t easy. Many young people face daily tormenting and bullying, leading them to feel like they have nowhere to turn. This is especially true for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) kids and teens, who often hide their sexuality for fear of bullying.

Without other openly gay adults and mentors in their lives, they can't imagine what their future may hold. In many instances, gay and lesbian adolescents are taunted — even tortured — simply for being themselves. 

The It Gets Better Project's mission is to communicate to LGBT youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them. 


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