Mental health support

Mental health support

It's completely natural to feel fearful or anxious from time to time. However, if your worries are starting to spiral, it's important to ask for help.

Resources outside of CBHS International:

There are several reputable Australian mental health and wellbeing support organisations available to the public. These organisations work in partnership with Government and communities to raise the awareness about mental health.

Beyond Blue have a 24/7 talk or chat support service. You will also find information, advice, and strategies to manage your wellbeing and mental health.

Lifeline is 24-hour telephone crisis support providing suicide prevention services, mental health support and emotional assistance via telephone, chat, or text.

Black Dog Institute: Online self-help tools and apps that can be accessed from anywhere via desktop, mobile or tablet 24 hours a day.




Health Assist – your ‘good health partner’

Focus better. Stress less. Do your best work. Get the most out of everything Australia has to offer. It won’t cost you anything extra.

Visit our Health Assist page to find out more.

How does it work

Worried about your child?

Speak to an online paediatric emergency doctor for kids. This is a service for eligible members with children aged newborn to 15 years*.

Visit Cub Care to discover more.

Bump to Baby program

This program provides expertise and support from pregnancy, right through to the first year of your child's life. Contact us to find out if you’re eligible.

Visit the Bump to Baby program page to see more.

After-hours urgent care

Urgent care from 8pm to 8am every day (AEDT)*. They'll help you decide if you need to go to a hospital, or book a telehealth or video appointment or arrange for a home doctor visit.

Please visit the Choice Network to find after-hours providers.

Healthier Me coaching program

Dedicated coaches include dieticians, nurses, diabetes educators, exercise physiologists, occupational therapists, midwives and maternal child health nurses.

Visit Health Assist to get access.

Tests and other medical services

Find pathology, urology, and radiology service providers here. You'll need a referral letter from your doctor.

Visit our medical tests and services section to find providers near you.

COVID-19 vaccine, booster, and tests

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine and tests, including how to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination without a Medicare card.

Visit our COVID-19 information section to learn more.

What if I get sick?

Find a doctor to speak with online, in-person or arrange for a doctor to visit you at home, after-hours.

For more information, visit our what to do if I'm sick section.

Get online care

When you need to speak with a doctor but don't want to leave the house.

Visit our online doctors section to access care.

best doctors

Need a second opinion?

Access Best Doctors to get a second opinion or check your treatment options for illness, injury, or disease.

Visit our Best Doctors section to find the best doctors near you.

*Refer to your level of health cover for eligibility, service limits, benefits, and any applicable waiting periods. OVHC Base Hospital policy holders are not eligible for no out-of-pocket costs for these services. If you would like to upgrade your cover to be eligible for no out-of-pocket costs for these services call us on 1300 174 537^ between 8am-7pm (AEST) Monday to Friday or email:

If you have any questions or would like to know more about managing your health, contact us on the details below.

Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC)

1300 174 537 (24/7)
From Overseas (+61) 2 8604 3537

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

1300 174 538 (24/7)
From Overseas (+61) 2 8604 3537