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Keeping minds in mind

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This autumn/winter we are running a mental health campaign across our social media channels to highlight the importance of our mental health and to encourage important conversations about looking after ourselves. Did you know that 49% of under 25's feel stressed or anxious at least 3 times a week?

We want to make sure everyone understands more about mental health and the impact it can have on everyday life. 

Throughout the #KeepingMindsinMind campaign, we’ll be discussing areas such as stress, mental wellbeing, loneliness and how to take time out for yourself and much more.  

We have created this page of resources to help you find out more about mental health and the help that's available. 

Types of mental health problems with Mind

The charity Mind provide help and resources to any who might be experiencing a mental health problem. They have a wealth of information on their website about the different types of mental health, from anger to trauma, and they specific resources, help and where to go to for support for different problems 

Visit Mind

Mental health helplines with the NHS

The NHS have compiled an A-Z of mental health conditions and signpost to specific charities, information and support for each individual condition.  

Visit the NHS

Local mental health support with the Hub of Hope

Enter your postcode into the Hub of Hope for localised mental health support in your area. This is the UK’s leading mental health support database and it’s run by the charity Chasing the Stigma. You can also download the app on Google Play and the App Store. 

Visit the Hub of Hope

How to support someone else with a mental health problem with the Mental Health Foundation

Since 1949, the charity the Mental Health Foundation is a leading UK charity focuses on prevention and addressing the sources of mental health problems. They have resources, tips and advice for talking to a friend, relative or colleague who has a mental health problem. 

Visit the Mental Health Foundation

Accessing urgent mental health help with the NHS

If you need urgent help during a mental health crisis, the NHS has 24-hour helplines for people of all ages. You can speak to a mental health professional and access a mental health assessment. You can also get support on behalf of your child or for someone you care about. 

Access urgent help

References

www.bgateway.com/assets/market-reports/Market-Report-Counselling-October-2020.pdf