EAP Assist

A range of apps addressing a diverse range of wellness approaches. Available to all Inclusee employees and volunteers.

Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling

Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling (formerly VVCS) is Australia’s leading provider of high quality mental health assessment and clinical counselling services for Australian veterans and their families.

They are focused on meeting clients needs through a combination of proven clinical practices and new and emerging evidence-based approaches. Open Arms has ensured that future generations of serving men and women have access to the specialised mental health and wellbeing support they first pioneered in Australian in 1982.

Head to Health – Crisis Support

Provided by the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care, Head to Health brings together apps, online programs, online forums, and phone services, as well as a range of digital information resources. Head to Health can help you find digital mental health services from some of Australia’s most trusted mental health organisations.

Embrace Mental Health

Embrace Multicultural Mental Health (the Embrace Project) is run by Mental Health Australia and provides a national focus on mental health and suicide prevention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds.

It provides a national platform for Australian mental health services and multicultural communities to access resources, services and information in a culturally accessible format.

Transcultural Mental Health Centre

Transcultural Mental Health Centre provides a vast array of mental health resources in multiple languages. Their goal is to ensure that everyone has  equal access to the mental health care they need.

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue is a Free comprehensive resource library designed to help individuals struggling with suicide, depression, and anxiety. This program offers immediate online assistance as well as a suicide safety management app. Additionally, Beyond Blue provides an array of programs and resources to help combat these issues. By offering a holistic approach to mental health, Beyond Blue strives to make a positive difference in the lives of those struggling with mental illness.

Lifeline

Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Griefline

A free service that supports people with their experience of grief, including telephone support, online resources, coping tools and strategies.

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia

LGBTIQ+ Health Australia work to ensure aged care services are inclusive of the diverse genders, bodies, sexualities and relationships of older Australians.  They provide a range of resources and support for LGBTIQ+ elders.

Dementia Australia

A wide range of resources and support available for people living with dementia, including their carers and families.

Health Direct

A government-funded service, providing quality, approved health information and advice which is available in multiple languages.

Telstra ID and app guides

If someone you know is struggling to cope or having a difficult time, you might feel unsure of what to say or how to help. While checking in and asking if they are okay might seem like a difficult conversation to have, it could be a life-saving one.

Be Connected: Tech lesson topic library

If someone you know is struggling to cope or having a difficult time, you might feel unsure of what to say or how to help. While checking in and asking if they are okay might seem like a difficult conversation to have, it could be a life-saving one.

Telstra’s Tech Savvy Seniors instructor aids

If someone you know is struggling to cope or having a difficult time, you might feel unsure of what to say or how to help. While checking in and asking if they are okay might seem like a difficult conversation to have, it could be a life-saving one.

Lifeline – I’m worried about someone

If someone you know is struggling to cope or having a difficult time, you might feel unsure of what to say or how to help. While checking in and asking if they are okay might seem like a difficult conversation to have, it could be a life-saving one.