Additional Services

Support Services

For additional services that you can go to for help, please see the following organisations that can support you, those you care about, and your community.

To report a crime or serious emergency visit our In an Emergency page.

HSNet You can find local support services in all areas of NSW to support yourself or people you know using HSNet. HSNet is a free website available to anyone looking for a service in NSW.

NSW Domestic Violence Line 1800 65 64 63  Provides counselling and referrals to women experiencing domestic and family violence.

Link2home 1800 152 152  Support if someone is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Child Protection Helpline  13 2111  Report your concern if a child is at risk of abuse, neglect or significant risk of harm.

Crime Stoppers  1800 333 000  To report actual or suspected criminal information confidentially.

Police Assistance Line 131 444  To report a crime, or seek support for victims of crimes (aside from life threatening or time critical emergencies). 

Lifeline Australia 13 11 14 National suicide prevention service crisis support.

Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636 24. Mental Wellbeing Support Service.

Mensline  1300 78 99 78 Professional phone counselling and online support and information helpline for Australian men.

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 Counselling helpline for anyone affected by suicide. 


E-Safety and Online Materials

There are a number of websites and services that provide information about cyber and e-safety and appropriate online behaviour including;  

Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner

NSW Department of Education’s Digital Citizenship website

NSW Department of Education’s Cyber safety resources

NSW Police Force’s Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety

ThinkUKnow Cyber Safety

Hate Speech/ Critical thinking:

eSafety Commissioner - online hate - support and advice 

esafety Commissioner - Cyber abuse - suppport and advice 

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Fact check:  Determines accuracy of claims by politicians, public figures, advocacy groups and institutions engaged in the public debate. 

Remove Hate From The Debate

COVID-19


Information and support:


NSW Government COVID-19 information 

NSW Government COVID-19 translated resources

Health Direct COVID-19 support 

Federal Government vaccination information

Federal Government vaccine helpline

COVID-19 information for older Australians

COVID-19 Information for parents and carers

NSW Government Financial Support

Myth busting:

Federal Government COVID-19 myth busting and translated information on misinformation and truths about COVID-19 

Mental Health:

Head to Health COVID-19 support

Beyond Blue COVID-19 Mental health helpline

Online safety/Staying Connected:

eSafety Commissioner - staying connected - support and advice

eSafety Commissioner -  e- safety covid support 

eSafety Commissioner e-safety for children  


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