Mental Health Recovery Information Page
Partnering with South Australians to implement the SA Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022
It’s an exciting time as we respond to the priorities identified by South Australians through the wide-ranging consultations undertaken to inform the development of the Plan.
Advice from the SA Mental Health Commission
The SA Mental Health Commission recognises that people are feeling worried, stressed and anxious in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19). These are normal reactions to a confusing and fast-changing event.
There are many sources of information on COVID-19 available, which can also add to a sense of confusion.
We recommend that you choose reliable sources of information for updates on COVID-19, including one or two trustworthy sources of news. If you find yourself becoming anxious, try to check sources just twice a day as constant scrolling, searching or consumption can sometimes make you feel more worried.
“The Commission’s 20-year vision is that South Australia is internationally recognised as a resilient, compassionate and connected community that takes a whole-of-person, whole-of-life, whole-of-government and whole-of-community approach to building, sustaining and strengthening the mental health and wellbeing of South Australians in order to grow the state’s mental wealth.”