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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the results of the National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, revealing key insights about our community nationwide during 2020-21.More
It has been another challenging year for Australians in 2021, many facing extensive lockdowns through the COVID-19 pandemic and enduring the impacts of storms and flash floods. There was an increased focus on mental health support in our communities during this time, and On the Line has played a significant role in providing these services.
As Australia gradually opens up and life is transitioning to ‘living with COVID’, On the Line is looking at the trends across our counselling services during the first quarter of this financial year.More
World Mental Health Day is on 10 October. The campaign this year has a simple message: Look after your mental health, Australia.More
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Causes of Death data for 2020 has reported a decrease in the number of suicide deaths. The national suicide rate at 12.1 per 100,000 people is the lowest since 2016.More
The National Suicide Prevention Adviser, Christine Morgan, has delivered the Final Advice report that addresses suicide prevention in Australia. The Final Advice report calls for a focus on prevention and early intervention with more integrated services.More
This year has been challenging for many Australians. As we’re trying to rebuild our lives and look after our mental health, please remember that our professional counselling team will be here throughout December to help you through any issues you may be experiencing. Our helplines are a free service with most open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.More
On the Line has released its annual report for the financial year 2020. This year has been a challenging time for many Australians. During this period, telephone and online counselling helplines have played a greater support role for those struggling with their wellbeing and mental health.More
Causes of Death data for 2019 data shows there were 3,318 deaths by suicide, compared to 3,138 deaths in 2018. All states and territories, except for Queensland, had a rise in the number of suicide deaths.More