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Lifeline launches new Support Toolkit for Australians

Image of a woman sitting on a couch, using her laptop.
Image of a woman sitting on a couch, using her laptop.

Lifeline has launched a new self-help toolkit featuring a curation of tools, apps, resources and services to help support Aussies to take care of their wellbeing. 

The Support Toolkit was developed after Lifeline noticed there was significant demand on their website for support outside of their usual crisis support services. Since Lifeline’s soft launch of the toolkit late last year, more than 70,000 Aussies have accessed the tool already for different needs. The top searches among these visitors were for managing anxiety, depression and substance abuse 

This three-year $750,000 partnership is supporting the development of the Support Toolkit which provides a much-needed early touch point for Aussies looking to improve their mental health and wellbeing. It has been designed to support the formation of long-term behaviours and skills that build resilience and prevent Australians from reaching crisis point. 

The interactive website aims to create an inclusive, accessible and personalised experience which allows people to engage at different points in their journey, find the next steps and have the option of coming back without having to restart the process. 

If you or someone you know is seeking support, Lifeline’s Support Toolkit is freely accessible from today.

You can access the Support Toolkit here