Insolvency Australia

Mental Health Support

Mental Health Support

Insolvency Australia strives to provide access to insolvency professionals for individuals and businesses who may be experiencing financial difficulties. We understand that financial distress can often lead to significant emotional strain, and vice versa, and we want to ensure that all have access to the resources they need to also support their mental health during these challenging times. 

That’s why we have compiled a list of useful contacts for mental health support organisations who can assist those who may be struggling with the emotional toll of financial distress. We believe that it is essential to address mental health concerns in conjunction with any financial issues. 

The following organisations offer confidential support and counselling services to individuals and businesses in Australia: 

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Beyond Blue: Beyond Blue is a leading Australian mental health organisation that provides information, support, and advice to individuals and families who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. Their helpline is available 24/7, and they offer a range of services, including online forums, chat support, and email counselling.

Lifeline: Lifeline is a national charity that provides crisis support and suicide prevention services to people in need. They offer a range of services, including a 24/7 helpline, online chat support, and text message counselling. Lifeline also provides resources and information on mental health and wellbeing. 

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Black Dog Institute: The Black Dog Institute is a world-leading mental health research institute that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illness. They offer a range of resources and support services, including online self-help tools, educational resources, and clinical services. 

Headspace: Headspace is a youth mental health organisation that provides information, support, and counselling to young people aged 12-25. They offer a range of services, including online chat support, phone counselling, and face-to-face counselling. 


Insolvency Australia understands that financial distress can be a difficult and emotional time for individuals and businesses. That's why we encourage anyone who is struggling with the emotional impact of financial difficulties to seek support from one of these organisations. Remember, there is always help available, and you are not alone.

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