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Mental Health

NHS Sheffield
Urgent mental health support and Service Changes

Their ‘Here to Help’ campaign guides people to a range of mental health services in Sheffield.

Sheffield IAPT
Provide useful self-help information and brief ‘psychological first aid’ to help you make sense of how you feel, look at self-care and coping strategies. If you need additional support also offer a range of 1-1 or group treatments delivered over the phone or online.

Aanyone who is feeling stressed, anxious or worried about Coronavirus can call IAPT on 0114 226 4380 ( Mon-Fr 9-5)
The service is available to anyone, you do not have to have accessed mental health services in the past.

Their ‘Coping with Covid’ course is a four session online course looking at different emotional responses to the coronavirus outbreak and offering simple skills and techniques to help cope with this. Each session is around half an hour long with time after to ask questions and focuses on a different theme each week.

Find out about their ‘Overcoming Anxiety & Worry’ courses here.

Sheffield Mind
Practical information and tips for taking care of your mental health

Tel: 0114 258 4489, Email: info@sheffieldmind.co.uk

To read real stories from real people read about Lockdown Life.

Sheffield Flourish
Recently launched My Toolkit as a simple platform to organise the resources, ideas and actions that will help you to have better mental health. It was co-created with the community to complement the Sheffield Mental Health Guide. You can create your own confidential space to put together ideas, services and activities that you’re interested in which support your mental health. This space is then there for you whenever you need it, so you can find what you want more quickly. Sign up and take a look here

Mental Health Foundation
Advice on looking after your mental health during the Coronavirus/Covid-19 outbreak: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/looking-after-your-mental-health-during-coronavirus-outbreak

Advice on talking with your children about news that might be scary

Advice about managing mental health, particularly around possible or actual self-isolation

Every Mind Matters
Tips and advice on things you can do now to help you keep on top of your mental wellbeing and cope with how you may feel while staying at home.

Get your Mind Plan from Every Mind Matters
Now tailored for the Coronavirus outbreak

National Survivor User Network
Guidance on keeping in touch with each other when we can’t meet face to face

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