Remember, KHL means you're not alone

By: yourtown 18 Feb 2015 Kids Helpline

Our new bus shelter ads are popping up around the country. Have you seen them around?


They are part of our new advertising campaign, which began with a 30 second television commercial, to raise awareness about Kids Helpline.

We want young people to know they are not alone. Whatever they are feeling, there is someone they can reach out to who will listen and not judge them. Wendy Protheroe, Kids Helpline.

We are asking for your help to let young people know there is always somewhere to turn. Kids Helpline provides free and confidential support for all young people.

Please share this post with your networks or visit our Facebook page and share information about Kids Helpline.

If young people want to talk to someone they can call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or use email or web counselling services. No issue is too big or small.

They can also visit the Hot Topics section on our website for advice on a range of issues. We also offer advice for parents.

Give us your feedback about the issues facing young people today. Comment below.

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