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At a national level, information and documents have been developed to guide the implementation of PIR. More information about PIR can be found at these websites:


24 hour Helplines - In an emergency please call 000

Mental Health Line

1800 011 511 Mental health connection and referral service

Murrumbidgee AccessLine

1800 800 944 Support, advice and referral to mental health and drug and alcohol services in the Murrumbidgee region

Lifeline Central West

1300 798 258 Telephone and online counselling service for all ages

Lifeline

13 11 14 Telephone and online counselling service for all ages

Kids Helpline

1800 551 800 Counselling service for children and young people

Mensline Australia

1300 789 978 Telephone and online counselling service for men

Suicide Call Back Service

1300 659 467 Telephone and online counselling service for those feeling suicidal, carers and those affected by suicide

Parent Line NSW

1300 130 052  Parenting advice and support for parents with children up to 18 years

Online Resources

www.wayahead.org.au The Way Ahead directory of Mental Health services across NSW
www.headspace.org.au Headspace provide support for young people aged 12 to 25
www.beyondblue.org.au Beyond Blue - Information on anxiety and depression
www.mentalhealthonline.org.au Mental Health Online - Information and online treatment programs 
 www.copmi.net.au Children of Parents with Mental Illness (COPMI) - The COPMI national initiative develops information for parents, their partners, carers, family and friends in support of these children. The COPMI initiative is funded by the Australian Government.
 www.kidsmatter.edu.au/primary KidsMatter Primary provides the proven methods, tools and support to help schools work with parents and carers, health services and the wider community, to nurture happy, balanced kids 
 www.mentalhealth.asn.au Mental Health Association NSW 
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