SA: a grate state of mind. Partnering with South Australians to Implement the SA Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022.

About the SA Mental Health Commission (SAMHC)

International students are currently facing many challenges in light of the corona virus outbreak. It's OK to seek help. The Australian Government has released this fact sheet.
#coronavirus #wellbeing #support #internationalstudentsCOVID-19 | As news and impact of the COVID-19 virus continues to unfold, Orygen is aware that many international students studying in Australia and their friends and families will be experiencing a range of thoughts and emotions. These may include elevated stress or concerns for your own health, the health of others you care about and how this will impact your engagement in education. If you need support, the Australian Government has released this fact sheet which provides information, resources and services that can help: https://bit.ly/2VtruCm
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International students are currently facing many challenges in light of the corona virus outbreak. Its OK to seek help. The Australian Government has released this fact sheet. 
#coronavirus #wellbeing #support #internationalstudents

 

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The SA Mental Health Commission is not a mental health service provider and does not have a formal role in individual complaints or concerns about services. These matters will be referred to the appropriate agency such as the Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner SA www.hcscc.sa.gov.au or the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.