Overview

COVID-19 has affected many lives in many ways. Concerns about health. Worries about jobs, housing and money. Discrimination from people looking for someone to blame for the situation. It has a lot of us feeling less safe, stable and secure.


Head to Health can help to find digital resources to help deal with the uncertainty of this time.

Economic hardship and job insecurity

COVID-19 has affected many workplaces. Many feel insecure about the work they have. Some have lost their jobs. Money problems and mental health are often linked. If you feel stressed or worried, help is available.

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Uncertain housing

Money problems can have a knock on effect. Rent or home payment worries can make us concerned about where we live. There are people you can talk to, if stress is making you feel overwhelmed.

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Discrimination and stigmatisation - CALD

Anger or fear about COVID-19 can make some people look for someone to blame. But being targeted because of your culture or background is never OK.

If you are worried about your safety or someone else’s, go here.

If you have experienced discrimination or racism, you can report it.

If it has left you distressed or anxious, we can help you find support.

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Page last updated 28th September 2017