In response to COVID-19, we are maintaining support, while reducing risks to the people who use our services, our staff and the community.
Following government advice to practice social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, we are currently offering face-to-face, phone-based and Telehealth sessions.
Our response prioritises a continuity of support, while reducing risks to the people who use our services, our staff and the community.
While this is a disruptive time for many people, you will be able to continue your sessions in a way that most suits your needs. Contact us on 08 8326 3591 to discuss your options.
Our teams have been monitoring advice from commonwealth and state health departments, our peak bodies and funders. We have a response plan in place, and our staff frequently meet to assess and adapt our response as required.
During this time, it is vital to look after yourself and those close to you. It is a necessary time for us to promote a sense of community, offer our support and be willing to seek help.
For the latest information to help reduce your risk, travel advice and what to do if you become unwell, you can call the Coronavirus Health Information Line 1800 020 080, visit the Australian Government Department of Health .
You can also find local information on the SA Health website.
If you are experiencing a Mental Health Emergency, please call the Mental Health Triage Service on 13 14 65.
If you are under 18 years and experiencing a Mental Health Emergency, please call the Women’s and Children’s Hospital on 8161 7000.
Links to Wellbeing does not offer crisis and emergency support. Please contact one of the below services that can assist 24 hours a day.