Coronavirus: resources and information


As the Covid-19 pandemic wears on, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by uncertainty. We have all faced worries and continued disruption to daily life, and this can be even more difficult to deal with for those of us who already struggle with our mental health.

In times of uncertainty, it's more important than ever that we take care of our mental health and look out for people living with mental illness. While the current circumstances make this more challenging, even small gestures and actions can make a difference. There are some useful resources below on how we can take care of ourselves and others and get through this together.


Supporting mental health during Covid-19: a brief guide

Hertfordshire County Council commissioned us to produce a short guide for looking after your mental health. It was written towards the end of the first lockdown, but the advice is still highly relevant to our present circumstances.

The resource is intended to be used in workplaces, communities, organisations and charities as a very brief guide to having a conversation about mental health. It provides links to sources of help and support as well as practical ideas and information for people who may need some support to maintain their wellbeing during these challenging times. Access the guide here.


Resources to support our wellbeing during Covid-19

Some useful advice and articles:


Need support with your mental health?

We're living through a very unsettling time. If you're struggling and want to speak to someone, try our list of helplines.


Our work on Covid-19


Resources for organisations and practitioners


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07/01/2022 - 11:41

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