Triple M are
staying silent so
you don’t have to.

Monday 1 July is Triple M’s No Talk Day.

No shows, no announcers, no news, no traffic and no ads means space for Aussie men to start a conversation about mental health.

Triple M are
staying silent
so you don’t
have to.

Monday 1 July is Triple M’s No Talk Day.

No shows, no announcers, no news, no traffic and no ads means space for Aussie men to start a conversation about mental health.

Triple M are
staying silent
so you don’t
have to.

Monday 1 July is Triple M’s No Talk Day.

No shows, no announcers, no news, no traffic and no ads means space for Aussie men to start a conversation about mental health.

Triple M are staying
silent so you don’t
have to.

Monday 1 July is Triple M’s No Talk Day.

No shows, no announcers, no news, no traffic and no ads means space for Aussie men to start a conversation about mental health.

Check-in on yourself

Suicide is the leading cause of death
in Australian males aged 15 – 49.

Suicide is the leading cause of death in Australian males aged 15 - 49.

Suicide is the leading cause of death in Australian males aged 15 – 49.

Having open conversations with others is important for your mental health. But when you’re struggling, it can be hard to know who to reach out to or what to say, particularly when you’re a bloke.

Visit the Support Toolkit to learn about the importance of building social connections and tips for talking to someone you trust.

And remember, Lifeline crisis supporters are here to listen without judgement 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via phone (13 11 14), text, and chat.

Why men struggle and the tools you need to cope better

Why men struggle and the tools you need to cope better

Why men struggle and the tools you need to cope better

Why men struggle and the tools you need to cope better

Listen to Lifeline's Dr. Ally Nicolopoulos and Triple M's Shaun Gough discuss why some men struggle to ask for help in managing their mental health.

Listen to Lifeline's Dr. Ally Nicolopoulos and Triple M's Shaun Gough discuss why some men struggle to ask for help in managing their mental health.

Listen to Lifeline's Dr. Ally Nicolopoulos and Triple M's Shaun Gough discuss why some men struggle to ask for help in managing their mental health.

Every bloke deserves to feel supported, even if we’re not ready to speak to someone directly.

Visit the Support Toolkit to find practical techniques and strategies you can use to feel better right now and in the long term.

Helping a mate

Helping a mate

Worried about a mate?

Worried about a mate?

Worried about
a mate?

Here’s how you can help

Here’s how you can help

Reach out in an appropriate way

Listen without judgement

Offer support

Normalise seeking help

Reach out in an appropriate way

Listen without judgement

Offer support

Normalise seeking help

Reach out in an appropriate way

Listen without judgement

Offer support

Normalise seeking help

Real Stories

Listen to how other men have held on to hope during tough times.

Listen to how other men have held on to hope during tough times.

Listen to how other men have held on to hope during tough times.

Services

Connect with the support that’s right for you.

Connect with the support that’s right for you.

Connect with the support that’s right for you.

It doesn’t matter if you’re struggling with anxiety, depression, alcohol and drugs, gambling, relationships, or thoughts of suicide - there are people who want to help.

  • Men’s Referral Service

    Men’s Referral Service is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men using violence and abuse in their relationships and are looking for ways to change their behaviour.

  • MensLine

    MensLine Australia is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men with mental health concerns.

  • National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline

    The National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline is a free 24/7 phone service that provides counselling, advice, and information for those struggling with addiction. Call 1800 250 015.

  • National Debt Hotline

    Provides free, independent and confidential financial counselling with a qualified professional via phone or live chat Monday to Friday.

  • Men’s Referral Service

    Men’s Referral Service is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men using violence and abuse in their relationships and are looking for ways to change their behaviour.

  • MensLine

    MensLine Australia is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men with mental health concerns.

  • National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline

    The National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline is a free 24/7 phone service that provides counselling, advice, and information for those struggling with addiction. Call 1800 250 015.

  • National Debt Hotline

    Provides free, independent and confidential financial counselling with a qualified professional via phone or live chat Monday to Friday.

  • Men’s Referral Service

    Men’s Referral Service is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men using violence and abuse in their relationships and are looking for ways to change their behaviour.

  • MensLine

    MensLine Australia is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men with mental health concerns.

  • National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline

    The National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline is a free 24/7 phone service that provides counselling, advice, and information for those struggling with addiction. Call 1800 250 015.

  • National Debt Hotline

    Provides free, independent and confidential financial counselling with a qualified professional via phone or live chat Monday to Friday.

  • Men’s Referral Service

    Men’s Referral Service is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men using violence and abuse in their relationships and are looking for ways to change their behaviour.

  • MensLine

    MensLine Australia is a free and confidential 24/7 counselling, information, and referral service for men with mental health concerns.

  • National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline

    The National Alcohol & Other Drug Hotline is a free 24/7 phone service that provides counselling, advice, and information for those struggling with addiction. Call 1800 250 015.

  • National Debt Hotline

    Provides free, independent and confidential financial counselling with a qualified professional via phone or live chat Monday to Friday.

Get Help

We’re here for you

We’re here for you

If you can’t talk to someone close, or you’re not sure where to go Lifeline is a free and confidential one-to-one support service for anyone feeling overwhelmed, distressed or having difficulty staying safe.

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Text Us

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anytime.

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anytime.

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anytime.

Call Us

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live voice on the line.

What to expect

Call Us

Reach out to hear a
live voice on the line.

What to expect

We acknowledge that we work on Indigenous lands and that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and acknowledge the pivotal role that First Nations people continue to play within our communities.

We acknowledge that we work on Indigenous lands and that sovereignty was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and acknowledge the pivotal role that First Nations people continue to play within our communities.

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