Mental Health Support - COVID-19
Mental health support - COVID-19
It’s normal to feel stress and worry when there is a health event happening in the community that is affecting people’s wellbeing, such as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
This can affect people through isolation from loved ones and usual supports, changes to normal daily routines, changes to or loss of work, difficult financial situations, as well as anxiety about becoming unwell.
To support the mental health of South Australians during this time SA Health have established a Mental Health Support Network of services based locally in SA. This page provides information about the services and other resources for mental health support during this challenging time.
If you are in self-isolation or quarantine, see the Mental Health information for people in home isolation fact sheet (PDF 325KB) for information and support services.
COVID-19 Mental Health Support Network
Through our Mental Health Support Network all South Australians can access the help they need when they need it through SA Health network of specialist services.
For urgent or acute mental health concerns, contact:
Other services include:
- ASKPEACE for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities
- Thirrili for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
- Support for Carers - Uniting Care Wesley Bowden
- Lived Experience Telephone Support Service (LETSS)
- Affordable SA
Mental Health Support Children:
Other COVID-19 mental health resources
Community Fact Sheet
See the Mental Health COVID-19 Fact Sheet - Information for the community (PDF 288KB).
for information and support on the mental health impacts of COVID-19 for the South Australian community.
Beyond Blue have developed information for managing your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in languages other than English.
Open Your World Website
The Open Your World website provides South Australians with valuable resources, tools and information to support improving wellbeing by staying healthy, active and connected.
Open Your World brings together information from a wide range of government agencies and non-government organisations in one place, providing an interactive and accessible one-stop-shop for information about wellbeing. For more information, see the Open Your World website
Source: SA Health