Our National Helpline on 1300 24 23 22 is now live between 9.00am-4.30pm – Monday to Friday.

Call 1300 24 23 22
Call 1300 24 23 22

Our National Helpline on 1300 24 23 22 is now live between 9.00am-4.30pm – Monday to Friday.

Mental health support for expecting and new parents.

We connect parents that are struggling to navigate the complex waters of pregnancy and new parenthood to the critical mental health services you might need most.

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Get the guidance you need, when you need it.

ForWhen provides new and expecting parents—mums, dads, and guardians—with a caring, supportive mental health navigation service, to guide you and your family throughout your perinatal journey, from conception, up until your child is 12 months old.

It’s a national support line that connects you to the right service that can help you understand what you’re feeling and provide the guidance and support you need at the right time.

How does it work?

ForWhen is designed to support you onto the right pathway so you can access the help you need to better manage mental health challenges as they occur. You can take the first step by calling us.

Access to local services
Speak with a professional
Support during those crucial first months

Step 1: Call our number

We’re here when you need us. Call our helpline number at 1300 24 23 22 between 9.00am and 4.30pm Monday – Friday to speak with a local specialist.

Step 2: We’ll listen

Your local specialist will listen to you, identify the challenges you’re facing, talk through how you’re feeling, and understand your needs.

Step 3: Get connected

Then, they’ll connect you with the right local support service to help your mental health.

Gabrielle, parent of 2, New South Wales

“I’m glad the ForWhen initiative will be available for parents across Australia, because it’s important for them to know that they’re not alone, and that this service can connect them to the right support and help them on their journey”.

Are you or someone you know struggling?

Call our free helpline on 1300 24 23 22 to speak with someone who can connect you to support and care.

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