Mental Health and Wellbeing

We all have mental health and it’s just as important as our physical health. On this page you will find information about mental health and wellbeing and the support available. 

If you require urgent mental health support please read the Urgent and Out-of-hours Help section on this page.

Please note that the provision of some of the groups and services listed on this web page may be impacted by the current national coronavirus situation. For more up-to-date information please contact the individual service.

The NHS is there to support your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as your physical health. If you are facing mental health issues or are concerned about the mental health of your child you can contact your GP. You could also contact one of the helplines or services listed in the Support section of this page.

The charity Mind has created a special web page about coronavirus and your wellbeing and the Every Mind Matters website has a Coronavirus and mental wellbeing information hub. The Young Minds website has advice on talking to your child about coronavirus, as well as advice for young people about looking after their mental health while self-isolating.

Find out how to approach difficult conversations and how to be there when someone speaks up in the Heads Together Talking Mental Health Guide. More tips on how to start a difficult conversation can be found on the Samaritans website.

Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken in the compilation of this information, Hart District Council will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of using the site and of any inaccuracy or error within these pages. Read full disclaimer