It's important to reach out and get help if you've been affected by coronavirus.
As well as legal and tenancy support services, there are also many mental health resources available to help you manage and maintain your mental wellbeing.
Legal and tenancy support
- Community Legal Centres NSW is a not for profit that offers free legal assistance
- LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529 for a free telephone service that provides legal information, referrals and advice
- Tenants' Advice and Advocacy Services for free and independent information, advice and advocacy for tenants in NSW
- Aboriginal Tenants Advice and Advocacy Service for information, advice, advocacy and representation services for Aboriginal tenants in NSW
- NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal for resolving tenancy disputes between landlords and tenants in NSW
- NSW Fair Trading to make a residential tenancy complaint
Mental health support
If the impact of coronavirus is placing pressure on your income, relationships or mental health, talk to your doctor or trusted health professional to discuss your situation.
There are also a wide range of support services that can help.
- Beyond Blue or 1800 512 348 for help with depression and anxiety
- Head to Health to find mental health resources and services
- Mensline on 1300 789 978 for telephone and online counselling for men
- NSW Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511 for professional help, advice and referrals to local mental health services
- Domestic Violence helpline on 1800 656 463 for counselling, advice and referrals to support services and shelters
For your family
- Relationships Australia provides relationship support services
- Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800 offers free, confidential phone and online counselling anytime for young people aged 5 to 25
- Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health provides self help resources for people living outside city areas
You can also get in touch with a social worker through Services Australia