If you're concerned about COVID-19, are distressed or worried about being in isolation or sick, please visit the Head to Health website for mental health support links and phone numbers to find support, or information if you're supporting someone else.
Crisis support services
The services below offer 24 hour crisis support 7 days a week.
Other mental health support services
If you’d like to find out more about mental health or just talk to someone, here are some organisations that can help:
What is a mental health care plan?
A mental health care plan is a support plan for someone who is going through mental health issues. If a doctor agrees that you need additional support, you and the doctor will make the plan together.
A mental health care plan identifies what type of health care you need, and spells out what you and your doctor have agreed you are aiming to achieve. It also may refer you to local mental health services.
How do I get a mental health care plan?
Book an appointment with a General Practitioner (GP) and request an appointment to talk about a mental health care plan. That way, the doctor will know in advance and be able to set enough time. Your doctor will assess whether you will benefit from a mental health treatment plan.