Mental health

​Call 000 in an emergency if you feel someone is at risk of harm 

Good mental health is more than just the absence of a mental disorder, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, or anxiety. A person who is mentally healthy has a state of well-being in which he or she realises his or her own abilities, is able to cope with life’s normal stresses, can work regularly and productively and is also able to make a contribution to the community. Good mental health, therefore, is the foundation for an individual’s and a community’s effective functioning and well-being. Still, being mentally and emotionally healthy doesn’t mean that people never go through hard times or suffer through some painful situations, whether we have a mental disorder or are going through a painful situations, most of us will need some help with our mental health at some time or another.

For mental health emergency assessment, support and referral, please contact:

Southern Forests Medical Centre​​19 Brockman St, Manjimup​9777 2293
​Manjimup Medical Centre​34 Rose St, Manjimup​9771 1133
​Pemberton Medical Centre​60b Brockman St, Pemberton​9776 1101

Mental Health organisations:

​Anglicare WA Inc​9777 1945​beyondblue​1300 224 636
​Crisis Care Helpline​1800 199 008​Lifeline​13 11 14
​Men's Line Australia​1300 789 978​South West Counselling9754 2052​​
​Suicide Call Back Service​​1300 659 467​​The Samaritans Crisis Line​13 52 47


In 2016, the Rotary Club of Manjimup hosted a mental health forum in conjunction with the Shire of Manjimup.  Representatives pictured left. 

Mental Health organisations for youth:

​headspace​1800 650 890​
​YouthLine WA​1800 198 313
Kids Helpline​​1800 551 800
​The Reach Foundation​
Youthbeyondblue​1300 224 636

Need after hours help?

RuralLink is a specialist after-hours mental health telephone service for rural communities in WA. RuralLink operates from 4:30pm-8:30am Monday to Friday and 24 hours on weekends and public holidays. Visit RuralLink or call them on 1800 552 002

Page reviewed: 04 Nov 2019 4:21pm