Mental health information relating to the COVID-19 outbreak

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Mental health information relating to the COVID-19 outbreak

HealthPathways WA Mental Health and Addiction – Mental Health Service Referrals
For the latest updates on referral options during COVID-19  from the HealthPathways website. 
Accessing mental health and other drug support during COVID-19 - Patient factsheet
Factsheet with comprehensive information on mental health and other alcholol and other drug sources for referring patients.
Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service (Beyond Blue)
Link through to the  Beyond Blue website regularly updated with information, advice and strategies to help patients manage their wellbeing and mental health during COVID-19.
PORTS_10_Tips_for_Coping_with_Infectious_Diseases
Fact sheet that describes practical psychological skills to patients and their loved ones cope with anxiety and worry about infectious diseases.
Head to Health Covid-19 Support  - resources
The Head to Health webpage is committed to providing Australians with trusted information and digital supports to help support everyone's mental health and wellbeing during this pandemic.
Tips for coping with coronavirus anxiety (Australian Psychological Society)
This information sheet outlines some useful strategies which can help both adults and children cope with the stress or anxiety experienced as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Tips to Help You and Your Loved Ones Stay Emotionally Resilient
Webinar by Professor Nick Titov, Executive Director of PORTS and MindSpot.
Coping with coronavirus (COVID-19) 
COVID-19 specific alcohol and other drug information and links for individuals, families and signification others.
Think Mental Health
Information on staying mentally healthy and how to access support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information and resources for patients facing family and domestic violence
Your Toolkit is a free comprehensive web-based resource containing information that assists women and children facing domestic violence and financial abuse transition to becoming independent, empowered and financially resilient.
See the Family and Domestic Violence HealthPathway for further resources.
  

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