ReachOut has been changing the way people access help since launching as the world’s first online mental health service nearly 20 years ago. For young people aged 14-25, ReachOut provides self-help information, apps and tools, and Australia’s largest digital peer support community.
ReachOut’s dedicated service for parents makes it easier for them to help their teenagers. You can find a range of content, connect with other parents of teens in our community and access one-on-one support via telephone and online.
ReachOut has a strong commitment to working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to deliver an inclusive service that meets their needs, and contributes to improved mental health and wellbeing outcomes. View the Reachout Australia Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
Available for free anytime and pretty much anywhere, ReachOut is accessed by 200,000 people in Australia every month. That’s more than 2.4 million each year.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- LGBTI People
- People with an increased risk of suicide
- People experiencing mental illness
- Regional and remote communities
- Farming communities
- Provides Policy Information
- Conducts Research
- Provides Factsheets
- Youth mental health service
- Board Member, Mental Health Australia
- Member, Suicide Prevention Australia
- National Teleweb Support Service (NOTSS) Group