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When you are experiencing mental health problems, supportive and reliable information can help you make informed choices and could change your life.
Concerned that you or someone else is in immediate danger? Black Dog does not offer crisis support. If you or someone close to you is experiencing distress or is in immediate danger dial 000.
When you are experiencing mental health problems, supportive and reliable information can help you make informed choices and could change your life. At the Black Dog Institute we share what we know to help you better understand what you're going through and to make you aware of the help available. Knowing when to seek help is a key step in taking control of your mental health.
When you are experiencing a mental health problem, access to support and reliable information can change your life. Knowing where to seek help is a key step in recovery and ongoing management of mental health problems. At the Black Dog Institute we believe everyone with a mental illness should be able to access excellent care and services.
Support from friends, family and health professionals, plays a significant role in the recovery process of someone experiencing a mental health issue. Knowing the most effective way to provide support relieves much of the worry about saying and doing the right thing. Educating yourself about mental illness is really the foundation of support. The Black Dog Institute provides tips, materials and links to e-mental health agencies that help friends, family, and carers gain essential knowledge.
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