Adults’ Mental Health Resources
- The NHS.uk website has collated information on mental health helplines and websites.
- CNWL has published a “Stay well at home isolation pack” to help people maintain good mental health during the Coronavirus pandemic. The pack includes resources to help you cope with distressing feelings, guidance on social distancing, maintaining a healthy and balanced daily routine, on managing anxiety, on good sleep habits, on healthy living – diet and exercise, on how to relax, as well as activities such as puzzles, quizzes, brain teasers to keep the brain occupied and a list of useful contacts.
- You, your drugs/alcohol and self-isolation has been written to support clients of their addictions services but contains useful information for anyone struggling at this time.
- Men’s Minds Matter has created a Coping in Crisis: Coronavirus Survival Guide.
How to look after your mental wellbeing during coronavirus (COVID-19)
As we have to stay at home it is import ant to take care of our mind as well as our body. It is common to feel worried, scared or he lpless about the current situation. It is OK to feel this way, share your concerns with others you trust or you could try a charity helpline or webchat.
For top tips on mental wellbeing, please see Looking After Your Wellbeing During COVID-19
Last Modified: 11:21am 30/04/2020