Belmont Alliance Against Depression

An integrated, community-based approach to tackling depression and suicide.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 000 or visit your nearest hospital emergency department.

Mental Health Emergency Response Line
(MHERL) Crisis Support
1300 555 788

Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Service (CAMHS) Crisis Connect
1800 048 636

Lifeline   13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Service   1300 659 467
Samaritans   13 52 47
Beyond Blue   1300 224 636
MensLine Australia   1300 789 978
Kids Helpline  1800 551 800
Headspace   1800 650 890
Open Arms   1800 011 046
13YARN   13 92 76
QLife   1800 184 527
Friendline   1800 424 287


Culturally & Linguistically Diverse People

linguistically diverse

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 000 or visit your nearest hospital emergency department.


Clinicians at MHERL provide assessment, specialist intervention and support for people experiencing a mental health emergency and if required, referral to a local mental health service. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact 1300 555 788.


Resources, services and information to support the mental wellbeing of people in our community who come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.


The Act Belong Commit campaign encourages people to participate in daily activities to support their mental wellbeing. Visit their website to find activities which are available in your neighbourhood.
Culturally and linguistically diverse people – Act Belong Commit 

The Head to Health website is a one-stop destination for information about mental health and wellbeing, and to assist in finding mental health services and support for anyone from another culture or who speaks another language.

Support for culturally and linguistically diverse people | Head to Health

The Embrace Multicultural Mental Health platform supports multicultural communities and Australian mental health services to access resources, services and information in a culturally accessible format.
Welcome | Embrace Multicultural Mental Health (

The Culturally Diverse Psychological Service is a free mental health service that provides short term culturally sensitive counselling (up to 10 sessions) to people (aged 12+) from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds with mild to moderate psychological distress.

A GP, Psychiatrist or Paediatrician referral is required to access the service. This is a metro-wide service based out of Leederville (LWB’s Office) with an outreach location in Langford (William Langford Community House).
Contact: 1800 935 483
General enquiries:
Service referrals:

Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Services provides psychological therapy and counselling provided by trained clinical psychologists. A GP Mental Health Care Plan is required to access their services. Ishar is an LGBTi+ friendly service.
Contact: 9345 5335
Kevin Smith Community Offices, 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka (Mirrabooka Library Building)  

Umbrella provides a range of aged care services to support older people (65 years and over) to remain living at home and connected to their communities. Umbrella supports seniors from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and those identifying as LGBTI+.
In addition to home support services, Umbrella has many social support services and programs available from their Belmont premises. Umbrella aims to match clients with support workers who speak the same language and who are from the same cultural background.
Contact: 9275 4411
39 Abernethy Road, Belmont WA 

MCCWA provides culturally competent services to Multicultural Communities. Services include counselling, assistance within the home, travel assistance, and supporting people to engage in their local community.
Contact: 6196 2818 
Suite 33, 2232B Albany Hwy, Gosnells

Multicultural Services Centre provides a range of community services and programs for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds.
Contact: 9328 2699
20 View St, North Perth