COVID-19 Information for Individuals & Families

Life in Mind has established a webpage with a list of mental health resources dedicated to mental health supports for COVID-19.

The Federal Government maintains the Head to Health website which was developed by people with lived experience, and contains updated info on COVID-19 while acting as a portal for digital mental health resources. 

The Australian Psychological Society has an information sheet on how to cope with coronavirus anxiety.

The Black Dog Institute has a range of resources for anxiety, stress and wellbeing related to to COVID-19.

Beyond Blue has put together these tips to look after your mental health during the outbreak.

RUOK? has tips about looking out for family members or friends who are struggling.

The National LGBTI Health Alliance has a central resource space for diverse LGBTI community members.

Eating Disorders Victoria has information for people effected by eating disorders in relation to COVID-19.

Phoenix Australia has tips for caring for yourself and your family.

ReachOut have a webpage with mental health resources for young people.

Emerging Minds has resources to assist parents and carers to have healthy conversations with children about COVID-19. 

As part of the Federal Government’s national COVID-19 information campaign, a suite of educational videos are now available on the following topics: Older AustraliansSocial distancingHelp stop the spreadRecent travellerGood hygiene starts here; and Stay informed. The Department of Health also has specific information for people with disabilities here. 

This video from the Royal Children's Hospital has tips for keeping well and stopping the spread of viruses.

SBS has COVID-19 health and mental health information in languages other than English.

The National Mental Health Commission is inviting everyone to join in the national conversation with the hashtag #InThisTogether – share practical tips online to support the mental health and wellbeing of Australians during COVID-19.