100+ Years we’ve been around
20+ Services we offer
10,000+ People we’ve helped
Hope can help you access the right services
If you are concerned about a family member or friend the best course of action is to trust your instincts – if you have noticed or feel like something is wrong, then it very often is.
The most important thing is to not delay. The earlier services are accessed the better, however, navigating all the services out there and finding the one, or ones, that are right can be confusing and frustrating.
You can turn to us.
Hope can help. The first step is to contact us and speak to one of our team about the situation you are experiencing. We can provide you with information on how best to approach it and what steps to take to ensure everyone’s safety. If our services aren’t the right match for what you need, we will help direct you to ones that are.
You can access all our contact details here, or else leave us a note below and we will get back to you within 24 hours. To learn more about our services, click here.
If you need us, we will be there. You can access all our contact details here, or else leave us a note below and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
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- Qlife operate 3pm-12am each night https://qlife.org.au/contact-us
- Q13YARN which does Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis Support: https://www.13yarn.org.au/
Please note: We operate during business hours and are not a crisis centre. If you are experiencing a life-threatening situation or are in an emergency call 000.
Some other crisis lines that may be of help include:
- Mental Health Emergency Response – 1300 555 788 (Metro)
or 1800 676 822 (Peel)
- Rurallink – 1800 552 002
- Lifeline – 13 11 14
- Beyondblue – 1300 224 636
- Kids Helpline – 1800 551 800
- Alcohol and Drug Support Line – 08 9442 5000 or 1800 198 024 (Country)
- Parent and Family Drug Support Line – 08 9442 5050
or 1800 653 203 (Country)
Hope Community Services acknowledges and respects the traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owners of the lands on which we work, the first people of this country. We pay our respects to them, their culture, and their Elders, past, present and future.
Hope Community Services acknowledges and welcomes diversity in all its forms amongst staff and clients, including culture, language, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex variations, religion, and socio‑economic and relationship status.
Hope Community Services acknowledge the individual and collective experiences of those with a living or lived experience. We recognise their wise contribution at all levels throughout the business and value the courage of those who share their experiences for the purpose of creating safe spaces that improve mental health outcomes.