online and phone support
headspace has a range of ways to support you online or by phone. You can get support for your mental health by simply creating a headspace account.
Why create an account?
Access a range of personalised services, information and support with help always at hand. Log in to chat to other people like you or get 1-on-1 direct support with a clinician.
Connect with us 1-on-1
We are open 9am – 1am (Melbourne time) 7 days a week for a 1-on-1 chat with a trained clinician. It’s a confidential, free and a safe space to talk about what’s going on.
Join the online community
Access a variety of our safe and supportive online community chats that provide a great way to connect with others, and share resources that are helpful to you. Connect with other young people, family and friends with similar experiences to you.
Build your own personalised mental health toolkit where you can design your own avatar, collect and save resources that are helpful to you.
Self help information
If you work in the field of health with young people, or are looking for details of existing research in youth mental health, then this is for you.
“I love my job because I'm able to help people when they need it. I try to provide a safe space so they feel ok and can get whatever is troubling them out in the open. Then we work together on ways to make things better.
– Ashley, eheadspace clinician
If it’s an emergency
eheadspace is not an emergency service so if you’re in an emergency situation or need immediate assistance, contact mental health services, go to your local emergency department or call emergency services on 000. If you need to speak to someone urgently, call Lifeline 13 11 14 or Kids Helpline 1800 551 800.
I’m looking for contact information
Find your local headspace centre and their contact details. For all other general enquires please get in touch with headspace.
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