Many people may be feeling anxious, worried or afraid as new steps are introduced
to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Looking after the mental health of ourselves, friends and family is an important part
of staying well.
There are a number of high quality services we can access free from home.
The below websites have a mixture of self-guided mental health resources and
programs as well as one-on-one connection to professionals through webchat,
online counselling and phone services.
Gateways to mental health online services
Find out more about online and telephone services available across NSW
- Children and young people
- Parents and teachers
- 24 hour suicide risk and emergency lines
- Men specific
- New parents
- Beyond Blue
Online resources, webchat, phone calls, online forums.
Online resources, phone counselling, text chat and webchat.
- Black Dog Institute
Online resources and online clinic.
Online courses to improve mental health. Free access to anxiety courses till 30 April.
Online personalised self help tool designed by Blackdog.
- Mental Health Online
24/7 support, programs and e-therapists.
Free online clinic, resources, and courses.
- ECentre Clinic
Run by Macquarie University, free online mental health courses.
Children and young people
Parents and teachers
24 hour suicide risk and emergency lines
Resources, phone and online counselling – including for fathers.
Resources and help for new parents.
- Mum Mood Booster
Online interactive treatment sessions.
Online resources for new parents and families.