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Your mental health

Right now, minding our mental health and supporting each other is key to getting through these challenging times.

It’s important to note that, while the times we are living through may not be normal, it is normal to sometimes feel worried, anxious or overwhelmed at present.

Right now, minding our mental health and supporting each other is key to getting through these challenging times.

You can find information and advice on ways to look after you and your family’s mental health here.  You can find more tips and advice in these recent blogs on minding your mental health in these times.

If you are concerned about your mental health beyond this, however, or would like more information about mental health supports and services, you can find a regularly updated list here.

It’s important to remember that support is still available, and, the sooner we reach out for help and support when we need it, the better it is for our mental health and recovery.

 

Getting help

If you have urgent concerns about your mental health or that of someone you know, help is available; please find some supports and services below. If you need emergency support, please call 999 or 112.

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