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13. Links directory

Support in crisis or emergency

  • NHS 111 (dial 111)
  • Dealing with a mental health crisis or emergency (NHS advice page)
  • Samaritans (call 116 123)
  • Information about how to plan for a crisis (Mind)

Keeping active and physically healthy

Mental health and wellbeing – adults

During coronavirus outbreak

  • Looking After Your Mental Health during the Coronavirus Outbreak
    (The Mental Health Foundation)
  • Coronavirus and your Wellbeing (Mind)
  • If you’re worried about your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak (Samaritans)
  • Coping with Stress during the Coronavirus Outbreak
    (World Health Organisation PDF one-page visual guide)
  • 10 tips to help if you are worried about coronavirus
    (NHS Every Mind Matters)
  • Mental wellbeing while staying at home
    NHS Every Mind Matters
  • Coping during the pandemic
    Online course from The Recovery College Online

At any time

  • Tips for Everyday Living (Mind)
  • Every Mind Matters calculator (NHS Every Mind Matters)
  • Elefriends (Mind online peer support community)
  • Mood self-assessment (NHS)
  • Mental Wellbeing Audio Guides (NHS)
  • Mental Health First Aid (website includes ‘My Whole Self – Supporting your mental health while working from home’)

Sleep and anxiety

  • Trouble sleeping? (NHS One You)

Mental health and wellbeing – supporting children and young people

Counselling support – adults and children

    Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you.
    Call 116 123 for free or contact them.
    Kooth is an anonymous online counselling and emotional wellbeing service for children and young people. It can be accessed via a mobile, tablet or desktop and is completely free. Counsellors are available online Monday to Friday 12 noon to 10pm, Saturday and Sunday, 6pm to 10pm.

Bereavement support

Support for carers

Advice for older people

  • Information about Coronavirus (Age UK)
  • Feeling anxious about coronavirus (Age UK)

Family support

Includes support for family life, relationships, domestic abuse and other difficulties

Quit smoking

Support to stop drinking or using drugs

Includes support for families, or when you are concerned about another person

Useful references for professionals