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beyondblue - depression and anxiety

A message from our CEO

Many of us are distressed at the tragic loss of Robin Williams. Unfortunately depression doesn’t discriminate and can affect anyone at any time. Right now, 3 million Australians are living with anxiety and depression.

If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, you can read more about signs and symptoms using the links below. You can call our Support Service on 1300 22 4636 to work out the next steps with us, or call 000 in a crisis. If you’ve been meaning to ask how someone is, or talk about what you’re going through, don’t wait – start the conversation now. 

Georgie Harman
beyondblue CEO

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