Depression Hot Lines?!??!?

Question by Afraid7738863: depression hot lines?!??!?
hey guyss
I was just wondering what the “depression hotlines” weree
like just a few of them, im 15, if that matters??
I was diagnosed last year, and saw a psychologist and everything, and i feel so strong and happy now
and i guess, i want to ask them, if theres any place i can, like a centre, where they have groups of people who are going through similar situations as other people
because i’d really love to tell my story
i asked a question on here, about if there are any depression centres they know of
but i didnt get much feed back, so yeah, what r the depressionn hotlines???
and um, i live in australia, NSW. Around tweeed
so yeah, maybe dont give me like an american hotlinee
hahah
thankss so muchh 🙂 xxx

Best answer:

Answer by Jerry
Enter: “chat sites + forums; teen depression; australia” in the searchbar at www.google.com

MORE DEPRESSION RESOURCES:
At www.socialanxietyassist.com.au/useful_resources.shtml there are links to several depression websites, and many other subjects as well. Scroll down to the section on depression. Also www.self-help-mental-health-depression.com/ view www.beattheblues.info/? and www.depression.com/- and www.depressionnet.com.au/ and www.teendepression.info/ The Australian national website for depression is http://www.beyondblue.org.au/ and another good Aussie website is http://www.depnet.com.au/ having a section with help for family, friends, and colleagues.

PHONE: National Institute of Mental Health Information Line: (U.S.A.)1-800-421-4211 or National Foundation of Depressive Illness: (U.S.A.) 1-800-248-4344. If you are terribly sad, but do not think you are in immediate danger of acting on the desire to hurt yourself you can try self-help. http://depressionselfhelp.tripod.com/ offers a free, online course “written by health professionals who have suffered depression themselves.” There are links to open up pdf files for each session on that page.

Australian telephone counselling:
beyondblue: 1300 22 46 36, Lifeline: 13 11 14, Salvo Care Line: 1300 36 36 22, Access Line toll free: 1800 677 114, kids help toll free: 1800 551 800.

CHATROOMS/FORUMS: www.depressionchat.com/ and www.depressionforums.org/ and http://www.depressiontribe.com/ and http://www.careplace.com/ Online help for those with thoughts of suicide is at: www.yellowribbon.org/ Email:Ask4help@yellowribbon.org Phone: (U.S.A.) 303 429 3530. At www.onestepatatime.com/ you are permitted one free email to their resident experts on joining (free), more if paying.

The Samaritans organisation provides more generalised advice (www.samaritans.org/talk/local_branch is operating in many countries, with multiple branches) email: jo@samaritans.org http://hopeline.com/ has information about depression (and suicide) also has resources, including a free telephone line to speak with a trained individual.

See http://your-mental-health.8m.com/blank_27.html and page B, where most of the above came from, about depression.

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