We have a number of support options available to you during the coronavirus pandemic. Our trained counsellors are there to support you 24/7.
Information and resources to help you take care of your mental health as you start, or continue, to adapt to COVID-normal life.
Whether it’s adjusting to new ways of working or dealing with financial stress, we’ve put together a range of articles to help you support your mental health.
No matter how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting your mental wellbeing,
we have developed a range of information, strategies and expert advice to help support you.
It’s not unusual if you’re more worried than ever about contracting COVID-19. Here’s how to manage your concerns.
Here we provide some suggestions to help you manage your mental health if you have long COVID, or if you are anxious about developing it.
Advice for people aged between 18 and 24 who are returning to study during another COVID-affected year.
If the idea of travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic is making you feel anxious, here are some tips to help you overcome it.
Talk to one of our counsellors for support and advice.
Call 1800 512 348
Sometimes you may not feel like talking on the phone, so why not chat to us online?
Connect with others and share your experiences on our dedicated 'Coping during coronavirus' thread.
If you are in an emergency, or at immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, please contact emergency services on 000.
Call Lifeline on 13 11 14
People who don’t speak English as a first language can get free translation support from the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS).
Visit www.tisnational.gov.au or call 131 450
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