Regional post-COVID mental health crisis

By Melissa Meehan
Updated May 4 2022 - 3:36am, first published 3:30am
Two thirds of regional Australians have suffered depression and anxiety during the COVID pandemic.
Two thirds of regional Australians have suffered depression and anxiety during the COVID pandemic.

The demand for regional mental health services has spiked since the coronavirus pandemic, forcing many psychologists to close their books because they can't keep up.

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