If you are worried about Coronavirus or COVID-19 and how it could affect your life and your loved ones, this page has information on what you can do to support your mental health.

We understand that this is a scary time for many of us. It’s far too easy to get caught up with all the information going around through the media or from people we know. However, there are a lot of simple things that you can do to help keep yourself well.

Mind Your Head are here to help, and although we are unable to offer face-to-face support at the moment, we’ve compiled a list of resources that we think contribute to your wellbeing during these uncertain times.

By the way, just a couple of things, before we start.

This page is not:

  • a guide on how to avoid Coronavirus
  • a substitute for NHS and government website

You can find the latest advice and recommendations on the NHS and UK Government pages.

This page can connect you to some helpful information if:

  • you are feeling anxious, stressed, or worried about Coronavirus
  • you have been asked to stay at home or avoid public places
  • you are in self-isolation (up-to-date information on self-isolation here)

Remember, Mind Your Head can offer support via phone, messaging, or email. Please write us through our contact form and we will be in touch with you shortly.

Whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, these NHS-recommended helplines and support groups can offer expert advice.

We'll be updating this page regularly, so keep checking!

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