IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 000 or go to your nearest hospital Emergency Department
The Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health does not provide Emergency Services.

Resources

Videos – Our “Managing Stress” video is for individuals who may be feeling stressed. The video provides information on how to manage stress and what to do if you need further help. Discussions with the Western Primary Health Network (PHN) highlighted the need for a resource such as this to be used in medical practices. Click here for further drought support services.

 

Our “Understanding Drought-related Stress” video is for health professionals to better understand how to support patients who are impacted by the drought. Discussions with the Western Primary Health Network (PHN) highlighted the need for a resource such as this to be used as part of professional development. The advice in this video is not intended for those patients who have a diagnosable mental illness.  Click here for further drought support services.

For more information on our videos, including references, please click here: Notes_Managing Stress and Understanding Drought-related Stress Video Information_Feb2019 (309 KB).

Factsheet – Our “Let’s Talk Managing Stress During Drought” factsheet provides a quick reference of what signs to look out for that someone may be stressed, how to support someone who is not coping, and includes useful phone numbers for services that can help you. You can download the fact sheet here: Fact Sheet: Let's talk managing stress during drought (449 KB).

Podcast – In this episode of our Let’s Talk rural mental health podcast, we discuss the issue of drought, the importance of staying connected and how to access support. Hear from grazier Richard Wilson, North West Local Land Services (NWLLS) Ag Advisory team member,  Sally Balmain as well as farmer and Executive Councillor on the Rural Affairs Committee, Lisa Minogue.

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