It sounds like you are managing but that you might need some support or someone to talk to.

The Covid-19 outbreak is an extremely difficult situation; most people are experiencing changing moods and increased levels of anxiety as we try and manage our concerns and our thoughts and feelings during this challenging, uncertain time. It's important to know that it is OK to feel this way. Remember, this situation is temporary and, for most of us, these difficult feelings will pass.

Why not Check-in and Reach-out to your family, a friend, colleague or neighbour? They will be happy to hear from you and a conversation with a ‘friendly ear’ might be what you need to lift your mood.

Here are some links to information and tips on Self-Care in our KBFRC Wellness & Mental Health Supports section. Please have a look at them and see if they help.

You can find contact details for Local Covid-19 Volunteer Groups who are co-ordinating the delivery of urgent supplies, groceries, prescriptions etc. for those who are unable to go out here.

And here are some links to other Support Organisations which may be of help, including several HELPLINES which may be suitable, depending on your need.

Please have a look at these links and see if they help.

However, if you are concerned and need to talk, you can contact us at Killaloe/Ballina Family Resource Centre and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Tel: 086-0570609, email us at