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



LGBTI+ depression support


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 LGBTIQ+ people in our community.

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.
Activity Finder – Act Belong Commit

The Freedom Centre (FC) supports young people, families and whole communities to be healthy, happy and informed about diverse sexuality, gender and sex.
The FC peer-based drop-in centre provides a safe space for LGBTIQ+ young people (under 26).

Freedom X Coordinator: or 0419 945 219.

TransFolk of WA offers a range of safe and welcoming places for members to share information, socialise and share experiences. These include online Facebook groups and social catch-ups. A monthly peer support group is available for parents/carers of trans and gender diverse people.

In addition, TransFolk of WA can provide a list of recommended health services which are accepting of and knowledgeable about trans and gender diverse people. A copy of their list can be obtained by emailing the organisation.

Living Proud is the Western Australian partner for QLife which provides LGBTIQ+ peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

QLife services are free and include both telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTIq+ community members across the country. Our services are for LGBTIQ+ individuals, their friends and families, and health professionals.
1800 184 527
3pm to midnight, every day of the year

The WA Aids Council (WAAC) provides counselling for people living with or affected by HIV, and LGBTIQ+ adults and young people 12 years and over.
664 Murray Street, West Perth
9482 0000

GRAI (GLBTI Rights in Aging Inc)is Western Australia’s specialist agency in LGBTIQ+ ageing and aged care.

The GRAI Village Hub offers a range of social activities for its members throughout the year.

Events | GRAI

Umbrella offers a range of aged care services to support seniors (65 years and over), including those identifying as LGBTIQ+, to remain living at home and connected to their communities.
39 Abernethy Road, Belmont
9275 4411

Palmerston Association supports LGBTIQ+ community members to address their use of alcohol and/or other drugs. They also offer support to a member if they are worried or affected by someone else’s use.
134 Palmerston Street, Perth
9328 7355