We are aware of the immense distress which so many are experiencing at the moment.  It drives us to do this work, on top of our daily jobs and family responsibilities, and it pains us that we cannot do more to help on an individual level.  As we are a small group of professionals, we have focused our efforts on projects like the open letter, to try and have the most impact in targeting such widespread distress.  Unfortunately, this means that we are unable to respond to requests for individual support.  Below we list some options for those who feel individual support would be beneficial. 

Support Resources

  • Your GP will be aware of local mental health services which might best fit your needs 

  • Samaritans offer a free helpline for those who may need to talk, on 116 123 (24/7)

  • The mental health charity MIND provide an information line for individuals to ask about mental health difficulties and where to access local support, on 0300 123 3393 (9am-6pm weekdays)

  • YoungMinds offer a parent helpline to provide advice, emotional support and signposting relating to a child or young person up to the age of 25, on 0808 802 5544 (9.30am-4pm weekdays)

  • Shout is a free mental health text support service available on 85258 (24/7)

  • Age UK provide an advice line offering information and advice services for the elderly, on 0800 678 1602 (8am-7pm every day).

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