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Mental health guidelines for coping with coronavirus

Please take a look at the new government guidance that has been published to help people cope with staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic:
Guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing
Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus

PHE has also updated its Every Mind Matters platform with specific advice on maintaining good mental wellbeing during the current situation. In addition, you may find the following information useful: World Health Organisation guidance on mental health and psychological resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic and wellbeing information from Mind

Dr Richard Bircher, a GP at Lockside Medical Centre, has some useful tips and advice during COVID-19.  You can listen to his podcasts here:
 
You are likely to be visiting these pages because you are worried about your own mental health or because you are worried about someone you know, for example an older person, a child or an adult. These pages contain information, help and support. Use the buttons below to find the right help for you

 
Pregnancy and Early Years Self Help Mental Health Helplines
Children and Young People Mental Health Support Getting Help Mental Health Support for Staff
16-24 Getting More Help Bereavement Support


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