COVID-19 Mental Health Support


This is a service worth knowing about.

SA Health have created a COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line.

I’ve reproduced the information from their website below.

COVID-19 Mental Health Support

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). This can affect any person in the community who is concerned about the infection, with more specific concerns arising for people being tested, people in quarantine and people who have received a diagnosis. Family and friends can also experience similar mental health impacts.

Most people will manage with the support of family and friends, but others may need some extra help to keep things on track.

This page provides information about mental health support for South Australians feeling overwhelmed or needing additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line – call 1800 632 753

For mental health support by phone and video in relation to COVID-19, contact the SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line by calling 1800 632 753, available 8.00 am to 8.00 pm, 7 days a week). This service can also provide follow-up calls.

Mental Health and COVID-19 Fact Sheet

For information on coping and mental health support, including other telephone services, see our Mental Health information for the community fact sheet (PDF 292KB).(opens in a new window)

Mental Health Emergency – call 13 14 65

For assistance in a mental health emergency, contact the mental health triage service – telephone 13 14 65 available 24 hours, seven days a week.

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