Mental health calls have spiked significantly since the lockdown as some people struggle to cope in isolation.
Lifeline has reported calls going up by 25 percent since the lockdown, up from the usual number of 10,000 calls a month.
Callers are citing anxiety about money, accommodation and relationship pressures.
Lifeline clinical manager Renee Nephews, said they had experienced many new callers as well as increased calls from regulars.
"Lots of people are calling...worried about their relationships, it [lockdown] puts a whole different dynamic on the household."
She said there was a huge rise in anxiety and depression and there was also a serious concern over an increased number of calls to do with self-harm.
"Getting about seven people a day who are presenting with high risk of suicide or self-harm."
She said their staff had been working extra shifts remotely to help meet the rising demand.
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