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Self Seen is a community support group offering a place to chat and feel connected. We however are not a professional Mental Health Service and we recommend all of our members see their GP and or Psychologist to ensure they are getting the right professional help and guidance. Below are a list of local and national services that you may find suitable for your needs.

Get Support

Self Seen is a community support group offering a place to chat and feel connected. We however are not a professional Mental Health Service and we recommend all of our members see their GP and or Psychologist to ensure they are getting the right professional help and guidance. Below are a list of local and national services that you may find suitable for your needs.

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Thank you for choosing to support Self Seen. Your generosity enables us to continue our valuable volunteer work. When you donate, you’re contributing to our vision that all local men and women are supported, and engaged in our community. We are so grateful for your contribution.

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Self Seen and privacy

Every effort has been made to ensure that all contact with Self Seen is secure and confidential. When you talk to someone at Self Seen nothing said (or written) can be passed on to anyone outside the Self Seen team without your permission. There are a few exceptions, such as if we are concerned about your safety or the safety of someone else. In these instances, we will try to talk to you first about what needs to happen and what additional supports you may need to help you be safe.

 

If necessary, we may need to pass on your contact information (if you have supplied it) to authorities who can help protect you and/or others, such as a crisis service or the police. Where possible, we will let you know if our concerns reach the point where we need to involve other services.

 

Disclosure of the information we collect
We will not disclose your personal information to any third parties without your consent, unless permitted or required to do so by law. In particular when we exercise our duty of care.

 

Duty of care

Our duty of care In certain circumstances, if your communication with us raises safety concerns we will try to contact you to check that you and/or others are safe. If necessary, we may need to pass on your contact information (if you have supplied it) to authorities who can help protect you and/or others, such as a crisis service or the police. Where possible we will work with you openly, letting you know if our concerns reach the point where we need to involve other services.

 

We are obliged to try to protect you and/or others if the information you submit tells us that:

 

  • you are being seriously hurt by someone else
  • you are thinking of seriously harming yourself 
  • someone else is being, is likely to be, seriously hurt by you or another person 


If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or Duty of Care please email us at bcudmore@selfseen.com.au

Self Seen and privacy

Every effort has been made to ensure that all contact with Self Seen is secure and confidential. When you talk to someone at Self Seen nothing said (or written) can be passed on to anyone outside the Self Seen team without your permission. There are a few exceptions, such as if we are concerned about your safety or the safety of someone else. In these instances, we will try to talk to you first about what needs to happen and what additional supports you may need to help you be safe.

 

If necessary, we may need to pass on your contact information (if you have supplied it) to authorities who can help protect you and/or others, such as a crisis service or the police. Where possible, we will let you know if our concerns reach the point where we need to involve other services.

 

Disclosure of the information we collect
We will not disclose your personal information to any third parties without your consent, unless permitted or required to do so by law. In particular when we exercise our duty of care.

 

Duty of care

Our duty of care In certain circumstances, if your communication with us raises safety concerns we will try to contact you to check that you and/or others are safe. If necessary, we may need to pass on your contact information (if you have supplied it) to authorities who can help protect you and/or others, such as a crisis service or the police. Where possible we will work with you openly, letting you know if our concerns reach the point where we need to involve other services.

 

We are obliged to try to protect you and/or others if the information you submit tells us that:

 

  • you are being seriously hurt by someone else
  • you are thinking of seriously harming yourself 
  • someone else is being, is likely to be, seriously hurt by you or another person 


If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or Duty of Care please email us at bcudmore@selfseen.com.au