The coronavirus pandemic has been a huge source of stress for some people. Looking after your wellbeing and mental health, and looking out for those close to you, should be a priority for everyone. Programs are available to help South Australians during COVID-19.
Open your world
The state government's wellbeing strategy, Open Your World, aims to give South Australians help in building resilience and quicker recovery.
The website features sections on how to:
- look after you and your family
- connect with others
- stay active and healthy
- learn and experience new things
More information is at openyourworld.sa.gov.au
SA Health mental health support
Resources are available for anyone feeling overwhelmed or needing additional support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This includes the COVID-19 SA Health support line: 1800 632 753
More information at SA Health: Mental Health Support - COVID-19
Domestic and family violence support
If you are in a life-threatening or urgent situation, phone Triple Zero (000) and ask for the police.
For non-urgent police attendance phone 131 444.
Domestic and family violence and sexual assault support services are available to anyone affected by domestic and family violence.