Community Support

Home isolation, quarantine periods and/or the spread of Coronavirus can be stressful and may leave you feeling concerned. There are a range of support services available, including talking to a counsellor or other mental health professional.Head to Health

The Head to Health website provides links to trusted Australian mental health online and phone supports, resources and treatment options. It also has online programs and forums, as well as a range of digital information resources.

Using the search page, you can navigate to various resources and services for help if you’re experiencing mental health concerns, or trying to support someone else. If you’re not sure where to start,

Where to get help

 

Emergency Food Relief

There are a number of organisations who can help with emergency food relief. You can view and download the contacts below.

St Vincent de Paul Support

The St Vincent de Paul Society offers a variety of support for people in need. See their attached poster for services and how to contact them.

Domestic Violence Support

The Tasmanian Government has provided funding to enhance the safety and wellbeing of people affected by family violence. The packages are available to view and download below.

National Debt Hotline

If you are feeling overwhelmed and need assistance, free financial counselling is now available.

Call 1800 007 007 or visit https://ndh.org.au for more information.

Channel Churches Care

Channel Churches Care is a collaboration of local churches supporting Channel community residents during times of hardship as a result of COVID-19.  They provide practical, spiritual, or social support to residents living between Huntingfield and Woodbridge.

There are a variety of ways to contact them:

Contact them if you have any questions or would like to make a referral or request some support.