We’re living through challenging times, and worries and anxieties can be hard to handle at the best of times. Here are some resources you might find useful if you would like some advice or support to help you deal with what’s on your mind right now.
Below is a list of different places you can visit to find a resource most suitable to you and your needs.
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Hub of Hope
A web based app, tracks down the nearest service that may help. You enter the postcode of where you are and what support you want and it tells you local places and whether they are open.
Their community is there to help you through difficult feelings you’re experiencing, even if you’ve never felt comfortable talking about them before. You can connect anonymously with others who can relate to how you’re feeling and use a range of tools to better understand those feelings.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Resources - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) has been proven to help mental health problems. Their website provides CBT self help and therapy resources, including worksheets and information sheets, plus videos and self help mp3s.
Head Talks aims to inform, inspire and engage those interested in mental health and wellbeing. Find people speaking about their own experience, a wide range of experts and healers sharing tips and insights to work towards better mental health and wellbeing.
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
SaneLine 0300 304 7000 SANE offers emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental health problems through their helpline, Textcare and their online Support Forum is where people share their feelings and experiences.
Samaritans – 116 123 freephone, 24/7Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. They won’t judge you or tell you what to do, they’ll listen to you.
Mental Health UK
Mental Health UK supports people affected by mental health problems including friends, family and carers. Working across the UK, we bring together expertise from national charity partners to improve understanding and provide vital care.
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