Your Mental Health
Coronavirus and the need to stay at home and change the way we do things can be very worrying.
You may feel scared, lonely, anxious or depressed.
If you already needed support with your mental health, you may need more now, or you may find yourself needing some support for the first time.
On this page you can find information about support available, and things that you might be able to do to give yourself a boost.
EASY READ resources:
- Looking After Your Wellbeing poster by Thinkclusive
- Good Days and Bad Days during Lockdown by Beyond Words
- Looking after your Feelings and Body PDF by Public Health England
- Winter wellness and illness guide by Cornwall People First
- Staying mentally well this winter by the UK Government Department for Health and Social Care
- Top tips to feel better during the Coronavirus pandemic by Mencap
Resources and links:
- Talk2gether website by the NHS
- Getting the treatment you need for other illnesses by NHS Gloucestershire CCG
- Mental Health awareness and Psychological First Aid training for professionals and volunteers by Gloucestershire County Council
- YouTube video talking about how the NHS in Gloucestershire is there to support your mental health by the Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group
- Be Well Gloucestershire campaign website by One Gloucestershire
- Five Ways to Wellbeing PDF poster by Foresight
Personalised Wellbeing Plan template by the National Academy for Social Prescribing
COVID-19 and Your Mental Health by Mental Health UK
- Coronavirus and your wellbeing by Mind
- Looking after your wellbeing – advice and support by Gloucestershire County Council
- Who can I talk to? by Gloucestershire County Council
- 5 ways to wellbeing by Gloucestershire County Council
- 10 tips to help if you are worried about Coronavirus by NHS Every Mind Matters
- COVID-19 Information Hub by Rethink Mental Illness
- Mental Health Tips by the Mental Health Foundation