Educational resources

We have collected a list of our favourite websites and online resources that supply relevant research. If you are looking for direct information on particular mental health issues please use the green buttons on the side.

Information on specific mental health issues

General educational resources

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Lions Club Mental health website

The website brings together content from wellbeing and mental health organisations from across Australia into one central location. Featuring a range of mediums such as videos, factsheets, stories and even music TINO delivers information on topics such as mental health, alcohol and other drugs, exam stress, relationships, sexual health and more. The perfect go-to website for students and teachers to answer some of life’s tricky questions…

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Youth Mental health website

​Headspace began in 2006 to address this critical gap, by providing tailored and holistic mental health support to 12 - 25 year olds. With a focus on early intervention, we work with young people to provide support at a crucial time in their lives – to help get them back on track and strengthen their ability to manage their mental health in the future.


Mental health website

​ReachOut is Australia’s leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents. Our practical support, tools and tips help young people get through anything from everyday issues to tough times – and the information we offer parents makes it easier for them to help their teenagers, too.


Kids Helpline

Youth Mental health website

Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.
Since 1991, Australia’s kids and young people have been turning to our professional, specialised counsellors, no matter who they are, where they live or what they want to talk about.


Beyond Blue

Mental health website

Beyond Blue’s youth program, Youth Beyond Blue, aims to empower young people aged 12–25, their friends and those who care for them to respond to anxiety and depression. We support and promote environments and settings that build on strengths of young people and respond to ongoing change.


Mental health website

Lifeline provides all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to online, phone and face-to-face crisis support and suicide prevention services. They also have a facts and self help resources pages that are worth investigating.



QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTI peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

They offer a phone line & webchat service between 3pm-12am

LGBTQIA+ website