How to support mental health at work
The Mental Health Foundation offer a helpful guide to looking after mental health in the workplace.
LGBTQ+ advice and support
Helpful advice and information to support any young person in the LGBTQ+ community or questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity, can be found on the Stonewall Youth website.
Psychological support services for NHS staff and UK frontline workers
If you are, or have been working in the NHS or other Covid frontline services, you can access free and confidential support from Frontline19. More information can be found on their website.
Looking after our mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak
Avoiding social contact means living in a different way which might feel scary or confusing, but there are things we can do to look after our mental health during the uncertainty of the current Coronavirus outbreak. This article from The Mental Health Foundation offers some useful information for self-care.
Coronavirus and our mental health
MIND offer useful information and tips here, about mental health and coping whilst Coronavirus continues to affect our lives.
Acts of kindness
Whilst we might be socially distant from family and friends, there are still ways of offering kindness to others. Some ideas are offered in this article.
Planning for staying at home and being indoors
MIND have published some ideas that might be helpful if you are self-isolating or spending more time indoors, that you can can read here.
Talking to children about Coronavirus
The Mental Health Foundation have published some helpful information about talking to children.
A help guide offering tips on managing anxiety and stress can be found here