Are you struggling right now?
If you are in a serious crisis situation, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or consult their website for assistance.
Beyond Blue has information about how to care for your mental health and the people around you.
RU OK is a wonderful organisation helping people open up the conversation about mental health with others, as well as containing plenty of great everyday resources
Headspace is an excellent resource for young people.
Women from migrant and refugee backgrounds who are experiencing family or domestic violence can contact inTouch, the Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence on 1800 755 988 or visit intouch.org.au.
We are here to support you
If you are a registered job seeker with Employment Plus, you can access our free Allied Health counselling services.
And if you're struggling personally or financially, The Salvation Army is proud to provide a number of services to the Australian community to give a helping hand.
Further resources for young people
The current situation caused by Covid-19 is particularly difficult for young people. We've put together a collection of articles and resources to help you focus on the positives and practice important self care.
- How to deal with uncertainty during coronavirus
- Lifeline chat
- Youth focus emergency support
- Kids helpline
- Beyond Blue
- Head to health
- Six little things you can do for your wellbeing every day
- Thrive Inside with Smiling Mind
- ‘Every Mind Matters’ App “Mind quick” – personalised app for support with mental wellbeing
Other useful resources
Our lives are continuing to be impacted by the restrictions of Covid-19. Here are some more useful resources that could help with these changes.