You're not alone
Coronavirus has meant big changes to the way we all live.
By following physical distancing, self-isolation and quarantine practices, we are playing an important part in saving lives and flattening the curve.
Dự đoán xổ sốIt’s completely natural to be worried about coronavirus and the changes that are happening all around us. Too much concern can impact on your ability to think clearly and cope with daily challenges.
There is never a wrong time to seek help
Dự đoán xổ sốIf you experience anxiety, mood changes, feel overwhelmed, or find it difficult to sleep, to the point where you are affected in a negative way, it might be time to reach out.
Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service
The has been produced by Beyond Blue to help you find information, advice and strategies to manage your mental wellbeing.
Dự đoán xổ sốTalk to a trained counsellor any time. Sessions are one-on-one, confidential and based on your needs. Call 1800 51 23 84.
Connect, share your experiences and exchange support messages on the 'Coping during the Coronavirus outbreak' online forum.
Browse resources to help you manage your mental wellbeing and support others.
NSW Chief Psychiatrist Dr Murray Wright talks about looking out for people close to us.
Dự đoán xổ sốWhen we’re going through difficult times, it’s really important to look out for those people who are close to you. I’m talking about family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues. We actually know these people really well and we can tell if they’re not behaving like their normal selves.
It’s important if you know someone and you think they’re not coping very well, to ask them if they’re OK. Sometimes people worry that asking that question is going to make people feel worse. It doesn’t.
Dự đoán xổ sốIn fact the opposite is true. They find it very reassuring to be able to talk about how they’re feeling and to get some advice. Simply asking people if they’re ok doesn’t require special skills. You just need to be able to listen and provide non-judgemental support.
If the issue comes up, you can tell someone how they might be able to talk to their GP or other health provider, but there are also lots of helpful resources online.
Other mental wellbeing resources
Counselling and crisis services
Dự đoán xổ sốFind more information, counselling and tools to help with mental wellbeing on these trusted websites.
- is a free online clinic providing a mental health assessment tool and other support services.
- can help you find digital mental health and wellbeing resources.
- (13 11 14 - operates 24/7) provides crisis support and suicide prevention services.
- inspires and empowers everyone to meaningfully connect with people and support anyone who may be struggling with life.
- provides practical tools and support to help young people get through everything from everyday issues to tough times.
- (1800 55 18 00 - operates 24/7) is a telephone counselling support line for children and young people ages 5 to 25.
Mental wellbeing services provided by NSW Government
Dự đoán xổ sốThe NSW Government provides a range of free mental health information and services.
- Mental Health Line (1800 011 511 - operates 24/7) can connect you to a mental health service if you are concerned about the mental wellbeing of yourself or someone else.
(1800 25 00 15Dự đoán xổ số - operates 24/7) provides telephone counselling, support, referrals and information for those affected by alcohol or other drugs.
Dự đoán xổ sốNSW Health have published a PDF of .
Look after your mental health during COVID-19 poster in community languages.
website has resources and supports for people struggling with their mental health due to COVID-19.
Dự đoán xổ số has information for employers to provide a mentally healthy work environment.
Domestic and family violence support
Domestic and family violence is a crime. Find out more about domestic and family violence services and supports that are available.
The NSW (1800 65 64 63Dự đoán xổ số - operates 24 hours, 7 days) offers telephone crisis counselling and referrals for women.
(1800 737 732 - operates 24/7) is a national sexual assault, domestic and family violence and telephone counselling service. Find out more about when you contact 1800RESPECT.