COVID-19 Impact

COVID-19 Impact on Mental Health Service Use (interactive report)

The first edition of our COVID-19 report series (May 2020) outlines how drummond street rapidly adapted to the changing circumstances and gave initial insights into the rapidly changing needs for our clients.

The second edition of our COVID-19 report series (September 2020) details how client needs have shifted since March 2020. It identifies emerging themes across a range of wellbeing areas such as mental health, family violence, and substance abuse compared to the same time period in 2019. We share back some of the responses and insights from our dedicated practitioners from across the organisation and demonstrate how they have continued to adapt our services to meet the changing needs of the community.

To read more and view the interactive reports or download a text copy, follow the link below:

COVID-19 Impact on Mental Health Service Use

Family Violence Research in COVID-19

CFRE has been undertaking a series of research projects around the impact of COVID-19 and the lockdowns on family violence and individual safety in the home. Read about the experiences for LGBTIQ+ people and young adults from interviews and surveys with thousands of Australians.

Prevention in the pandemic

There’s no safe place at home report

Behind closed doors: Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) during COVID and challenges to come

 

 

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