Find a range of mental health services available to you during Covid-19.

If you require mental health services during Covid-19, find where to access support.

Government, Local Councils, local organisations, service providers and individuals offer a range of mental health services for people impacted by Covid-19. Look at Australia Wide as well as your state or territory to find out more.

Australia Wide Support

Call this line if you are seeking information on coronavirus (COVID-19). The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

1800 020 080

If you require health support, seek help from a local GP, if you require emotional support or are feeling distressed call your mental health professional or Lifeline on 13 11 44 or go to our  Mental Health Support Page 

Head to Health

This practical website designed by the Federal Government provides you with all the digital mental health services you need. Click on the link to learn more about this service.

Talk to your local Doctor

Health Direct offer a finder service for your local GP or medical service. Call your doctor if you are dealing with mental health issues or want a referral to a support service. 

Mental Health Services under Medicare

We all experience challenging emotional issues at different times. We can’t always deal with these on our own. If you feel you need help and it’s not an emergency, it’s best to see your doctor. 

Beyond Blue

Offer detailed information on Mental Health Services available and links to organisations who can support people impacted by Covid-19. Call 1300 22 4636 or click for more information  


The stress caused by Covid-19 can lead to ‘burnout’ and physical, mental and emotional exhaustion. Call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or click the link for more helpful information.  

Kids Help Line

When coping with Covid-19 and when things feel out of control it’s important to have coping strategies ready. Kids Help Line is available anytime - call 1800 55 1800 or send an email or talk to on WebChat. Click for more information.


10 ways to take care of yourself during Covid-19. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed by it all, be reassured that this is a very normal response. However, it’s important to go easy on yourself and to take time for self-care. Reachout have put together this list of self-care activities that you can do from home. Click the link to learn more.

Ask Izzy / Mental Health

Ask Izzy is a helpful tool to find Health and Mental Health Support services in your local area. Complete the questions, put in your postcode and find local mental health support services in your area.  Click the link to learn more.

Embrace - Mental Health Support for Culture

Embrace is a mental health website which empowers Australians from multicultural backgrounds to embrace mental health and wellbeing. Multilingual online resources include community information and a knowledge hub. Click the link to learn more.

Headspace Australia

Headspace Australia supports young people and their mental health. Click the link below to find out how you can seek support and get access to resources, tools and useful information to help you during this time.


Mensline is a telephone and online counselling service offering support to Australian men anywhere, anytime. To learn more click the link. 


R U OK? inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with the people around them and start a conversation with anyone who may be struggling with life. To learn more click the link. 

Mindfulness - Headspace App

10 minutes a day meditation or mindfulness may help you deal with Covid-19. Headspace offer an app with 10 free basic sessions. To learn more click the link. 

Partners in Wellbeing

Find support for your mental health and wellbeing by working with a Wellbeing Coach. This free service is offered to help with managing stress, anxiety and to help build your resilience. Contact Each through the link. Or Call 1300 375 330. 

State Wide


Mental Health Support in Victoria during Covid-19

Mental Health Victoria

Mental Health Victoria is not a crisis support or referral service. However, useful links and contact details can be found below

South Australia

Mental Health Support in South Australia

Mental Health SA 

The SA Health Mental Health Triage Service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service is the main point of access into mental health services health emergency -

Call 13 14 65

ACT - Australian Capital Territory

Mental Health Support in the ACT

ACT Access Mental Health

If you need immediate support and assistance, please call Access Mental Health on 1800 629 354 or 02 6205 1065. Access Mental Health offer mental health services that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

New South Wales

Mental Health Support in NSW

NSW Mental Health

The NSW Govt offer 24 hour support to people dealing with mental health. Call the Mental Health Line.

Mental Health Line

1800 011 511 Open 24/7


Mental Health Support in Queensland

QLD Mental Health Support

QLD Health offer a range of supports for Mental Health and Wellbeing. 

Call the confidential mental health telephone triage service that provides the first point of contact to public mental health services to Queenslanders. Call or click the link below

1300 642255

Northern Territory

Mental Health Support in Northern Territory

NT Mental Health Services

Find all the Mental Health Supports available to you in the Northern Territory or call or click the link below

Northern Territory Mental Health Line: 24 hours a day

1800 682 288

Western Australia

Mental Health Support in Western Australia

WA Mental Health Support

We all have ups and downs, times when we feel great and times when we feel we are struggling. This is normal. However, sometimes issues with our mental health can develop Call or click the link below 

1300 555 788 (Metro) or 1800 676 822 (Peel) or 1800 552 002 (Country/Rurallink)


Mental Health Support in Tasmania

TAS Mental Health Support

The Helpline:  is a central point of entry to Mental Health Services for all Tasmanians is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week phone line is a freecall within Tasmania and will determine eligibility for services and prioritise referrals or mental health advice, assessment and referral

freecall 1800 332 388 or click the link