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Online Tools & Resources to help support us during COVID-19 lockdown

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The MyCareSpace team did some serious research to find the organisations and websites offering the best online mental health support for both young people and adults around Australia. 

We know just how hard this is on everyone (we are in lockdown too) and how things may seem like they are never getting better. We do have faith that this will pass and we will return bigger and stronger.

In the meantime, here is a helping hand - because that's what we do.

This Way Up

Access free online tools and learn practical ways to protect your mental health.

Getting Through - Guided workbooks with practical tips and strategies that can support your emotional well-being during times of stress and uncertainty.

Staying on Track - A Resource pack and audio guide containing a wide range of psychological strategies you can use to help you get through this tough time.
Learn about three simple things you can do to stay grounded, connected, and moving forward during the coronavirus outbreak. 

Effective Self-Help for Your Mental Health (Online Courses) - Step-by-step way of tackling feelings of stress, anxiety, and low mood with clinically proven online courses. Courses for Specific Mental Health Difficulties & Conditions.

 

ReachOut 

ReachOut is the most accessed online mental health service for young people and their parents in Australia.

It offers self-help information, peer-support programs and referral tools based on the latest evidence and is designed with experts, and young people or their parents. ReachOut is a free service that’s available anytime and pretty much anywhere.

For Young People

Here are some resources to help young people manage their mental well-being.

For Parents

 

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue has launched a Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service which includes counselling via phone or online chat and online forums where you can chat with others.

They also have a collection of resources to help you manage your mental health challenges.

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Online resources & tools for young people

Kids Helpline | 1800 55 1800 | visit website

Beyondblue | 1300 22 4636 | visit website

eHeadspace | visit website

BiteBack | visit website

Headspace | COVID specific resources | visit website

Brave online | free online anxiety program | visit website

 

For help finding Services and Supports

Contact the MyCareSpace Connections Team today for help finding mental health supports - especially if you are wondering how to continue access supports online

 

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