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Need help? We've got you covered, no matter where you're in need of someone to speak to, legal advice, or tools on budgeting.

Financial assistance, tips, and worksheets

Moneysmart is the nation's education website for all things finance. Here you'll find objective information on finance, worksheets and calculators to use, and an interactive budget planner. There's even a section on student life & money.

The National Debt Helpline can offer you free advice and phone counselling (1800 007 007) on dealing with your money problems, including Centrelink debts. You can also use this website to also find a financial cousellor in your area – financial counsellors are a free and confidential service.

Legal lowdown

Youth Law Australia provides free and confidential legal information and help for young people, customised to the Australian state or territory you are in. Learn about the good, the bad and the unexpected when it comes to relationships and the law.

Consumer Action Law Centre can provide you with help with consumer problems (products, services, contracts etc), debt help and Koori legal help.

Moneysmart provides free legal advice on a range of common issues, as well as information on what legal services are available in your area.

Scamwatch can support you with spotting a scam, no matter whether it's for a puppy or for overdue payments.

Emotional and mental wellbeing support

Start with Ask Izzy if you want to find a service or support for almost anything, from housing, food, money and more. Otherwise here are a few of the key nationwide services.

Ask Izzy is a free and anonymous service that connects people in crisis to the services they need. You can use it to search over 360,000 services to find housing, meals, healthcare, counselling, legal advice, addiction treatment and a whole lot more.

headspace Australia, a youth mental health service, has centres and services (online and phone) that operate across Australia. Their website also provides plenty of healthy information for both young people and their families.

QLife provides anonymous and free LGBTI peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.

Mensline Australia is a counselling service (telephone and online) for men with emotional health and relationship concerns. They're available for men anywhere, anytime.

Lifeline provides 24/7 crisis support. Call 13 11 14, online chat or text.

Financial abuse, relationship abuse and violence

Find information, support and counselling if you are concerned about your relationship

Call 000 if you are in danger.

1800RESPECT is a national sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service. Call 1800 737 732 for confidential information, counselling and support for all genders.

1800Respect - Financial Abuse Toolkit provides you with text and video information on financial abuse and more.

Relationships Australia can help you find relationship counselling and support in your area.