Mental Health During COVID-19

Looking after yourself and others.

It is very important to look after our own mental health and to support the mental health of those we care about during this very difficult time. We have listed some resources and tip sheets below to help you in this journey. Your own mental health is vey important so please look after yourself

Coronavirus

Website launched for Autism Teen Wellbeing

Building connectiveness and wellbeing for young adolescents on the Autism Spectrum

Council for Intellectual Disability

Looking after your mental health by CID – Easy read 

Beyond Blue’s new COVID-19 Mental Health Support Service

Beyond Blue is working around the clock to build a dedicated COVID-19 Mental Health Support Service. This is in response to the growing demand for mental health support as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

This new service will be funded by the Australian Government. The service will offer free counselling by mental health professionals for all people in Australia 24/7, both online and over the phone. It will also provide free and easily accessible information and advice around coping with COVID-19, isolation and connection, workplace and financial hardship, and how best to support the mental health of loved ones. The service will be continually updated with new information, and enhanced with other tools and supports, over the coming weeks and months.

Beyondblue Coronavirus Resources

Headspace

The following link takes you to the Headspace website (youth mental health) which provides information and support that might be helpful to manage any changes to daily life as a result of containment measures for COVID-19.

How to cope with stress related to Coronavirus (COVID-19)