How droughts and flooding rains affect Australians' mental health

By Robert Llewellyn-Jones
April 8 2021 - 5:25am

As the NSW and Queensland flood waters recede and the recent sunny weather continues, those of us not directly affected may be tempted to get on with our lives and hope that flood victims and their communities will get the help they need. But the mental health impacts of flooding are often long lasting. They are complex and not remediable by one size fits all solutions.

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