Sometimes finding the right support can be overwhelming and that's where Mental Health Connect can help.
UNSW Mental Health Connect helps you find the support you need for your mental health, whether that be face-to-face or online.
How can Mental Health Connect help?
We will contact you to discuss your situation and make recommendations based on your own individual circumstances.
All contact with us is completely confidential.
How can I access Mental Health Connect?
Mental Health Connect is available to all currently enrolled UNSW Sydney students. If you are an ADFA/Canberra student needing mental health support please visit the UNSW Canberra Student Counselling Service.
Please scan the QR code or click here to complete our online confidential form. Once you have completed this form, we will arrange an appointment and the details will be emailed to you.
Can't wait and need support now?
- Mental Health Connect Student Line (02) 9348 0084 Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
- If it is after hours, call UNSW Mental Health Support, 5pm-9am: 1300 787 026
- International students, not in Australia, call +61 2 8905 0307 anytime of the day or night (24/7)
- In case of emergency or life threatening situation within Australia call 000
Frequently asked questions
How much does it cost?
All appointments are completely free of charge for students who are currently enrolled at UNSW.
Worried about sharing your concerns?
All information we gather is completely confidential. Your personal information will not be shared with anyone without your consent, this includes your faculty or lecturers. For further information, see our privacy statement by clicking here.
What can I expect if offered an appointment?
Appointments are scheduled to last around 30 minutes. We will ask you some questions to help work out what might help. We always work with you as an individual and will always treat you with respect.
What happens after an appointment?
Depending on your circumstances and only with your consent, you may be referred to other services at UNSW or support in your local area. We always provide students with a clear plan for next steps.
I’m not currently living in Australia, can I access Mental Health Connect?
When to get help
Sometimes it can be difficult to know when to ask for help. Check out this link to find out more.