Online Mental Health Support 

It’s normal to experience feelings of anxiety and distress during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. We are here to help you find online mental health support to manage this difficult time.

What do I need to know?

At Radiant, we recognise and understand the level of concern that many people may feel in relation to the Coronavirus.  

It is completely understandable and normal to feel overwhelmed by the constant warnings and media coverage regarding the spread of the virus.

If you are struggling to cope, a mental health professional can help you. We can help you find the right person for you and your budget as we know many people are facing financial diffuculites during this time. Your therapist can be a listening ear and work with you to develop strategies to find a sense of calm during this difficult time.

In need of urgent assistance? 

Call Lifeline: 13 11 14 

Free Mental Health Services



Contact: 1800 022 222
The helpline offers you the option of having a phone or video call with a GP during afterhours. Eligible patients are referred to a video call by a registered nurse. You can use your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer to speak to them. 

SANE Australia

Call: 1800 18 7263 
SANE Australia is a national mental health charity working to people affected by complex mental illness including schizophrenia, bipolar, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, OCD, PTSD and severe depression and anxiety.

Beyond Blue

Call: 1800 512 348
Beyond Blue is offering a free telephone service to support you during these challenging times. They will provide advice and support based on your specific needs.



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