Men and youth support services
Men and youth support services
Men and youth support services are an integral part of health and fitness in the fast moving world of the 21st century. Many variables effect lives and different circumstances can create uncertainty and anxieties; which may lead to mood swings and create tension and restless behaviour.
This can happen not only only with the breadwinner, but also through the hormonal changes of the teenage and youthful years. A lot of health and fitness requirements can be managed to a large degree and with some control by consuming the correct foods that supply a natural and constant flow of blood sugar through healthy nutrition. A correct diet is a start to a more quiet and controlled existence, especially when aided by breathing and relaxation techniques.
For adults eliminating alcohol and substance dependence can be a first step in curtailing many of the ills of our modern society. If however the pressures caused by the stresses of the modern day society create personal issues, then there is professional help to assist with the issues relating to these problems. Please read through the enclosed links and seek help and support, when and where ever needed.
Support groups for men and youth
For professional support or Medical assistance please see more contact details in the supplied links.
Health services near you.
Provides information about GPs, pharmacies, hospitals and emergency departments..
NHSD – Find a health service
- Android – external site
- iOS – external site
Provides links to health services for a range of specific diseases or health issues.
Department of Health
Provides counselling and group programs to Australian veterans and peacekeepers and their families. It is a specialised, free and confidential Australia-wide service. Call 1800 011 046 to arrange an interview.
Department of Veterans’ Affairs
For support with health advice, call healthdirect on 1800 022 222 and speak to a registered nurse who can also connect you to the after hours GP helpline for further medical advice or to an emergency service if necessary.
Queensland callers should call 13HEALTH or 1343 2584.
Victoria callers should call Nurse-on-call on 1300 606 024.
If you think your situation is an emergency, you should always call 000.
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