COVID-19 mental health advice
To support the fight against COVID-19, we have been advised to stay at home.
With our usual social activities on hold for the moment, it’s very important that we look after our mental and emotional wellbeing.
As we begin this journey together we ask you to listen to the public health guidance and stay safe, look out for each other and look after your mental health.
This is temporary and there are brighter days ahead!
Please see here for some tips on how to look after your mental health while you stay at home as we strive to get through these unprecedented times together.
Lifeline is a crisis response helpline service operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you’re in distress or despair, you can call Lifeline on 0808 808 8000 and talk to an experienced counsellor in confidence.
For more information visit www.lifelinehelpline.info
Journeys to recovery
View the TV ad 'The Fog' that focuses on the importance of openness and discussion as the first step to recovery if you're feeling low.
Where to find help
If you need help, talk to your GP. There are also lots of services near you that offer help and support on a range of issues which can affect mental health.