MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK -18 – 24 MAY 2020
Get help for your mental health and how to access support
Find information and tips for managing your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak. Whether you’re social distancing or self-isolating you may be feeling anxious or stressed during this time, and that’s completely normal. There are simple steps you can take to look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Stress Anxiety Depression
Whether you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines and support groups can offer expert advice.
COVID-19 can create worry and distress within the student community. At Student Minds we are collating guidance and developing resources to support you with this. The page is updated regularly with new information as it becomes available.
Tips, advice and guidance on where you can get support for your mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Young Peoples Health
At this time young people and those who care for them are seeking advice and support. There are many sources of information on Covid-19, how to look after yourselves and others and how to access more support.
Healthy Young Minds Pennine
Browse through a number of resources to find a range of websites, guides and information offering help, support and advice.
Service is a confidential 24/7 text service for people aged 16+, operated by trained crisis volunteers, overseen by clinical supervisors, who will chat using text responses. Advice is available for anyone struggling with a host of issues, including: anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, abuse or assault, self-harm, bullying or relationship issues. Visit the website or text 85258
Go to >>www.giveusashout.org/
Is an online therapy programme for people aged 16+ proven to help with stress, anxiety, low-mood and depression.
An online counselling and emotional wellbeing platform for young people accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop.
Go to >> www.kooth.com/
Big White Wall
This is a new service offering 24/7 anonymous support via a digital emotional mental health and wellbeing service, offers peer support for anyone over the age of 16 as well as support from trained clinicians alongside a range of helpful tools and resources. To access if you are a Stockport resident, register by using your own postcode. For those living outside of Stockport you can still register and use, but you will need to use.
Go to >> Https://www.bigwhitewall.com/
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak means that life is changing for all of us for a while. We’re staying alert to protect the NHS and save lives. It’s not always easy and it may cause you to feel anxious, frustrated and miss loved ones.
There are things we can do to look after our mental wellbeing. Every Mind Matters will get you started with a free online plan designed to help you deal with stress and anxiety, boost your mood and feel more in control.