Someone you know will have a mental health problem right now – a family member, a friend, a workmate, they just might not know how to tell you.
We know that the Coronavirus and its impact are causing stress and worry for people in different ways. But please remember, you are not alone. This is a difficult period for many and we must work through this pandemic together.
Mind have provided advice on how you can support your mental health, whether you're staying indoors, self isolating or generally feeling anxious about the current situation.
We appreciate it can be tough to talk about your mental health, but it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to be an expert to talk and listen, often it’s the little things that make a big difference.
Approximately one in four people throughout the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. But, because of Mind, millions can readily access advice and support thanks to their information and services nationally and locally.
If you would like to talk to Scunthorpe and District Mind about the help and support that they can offer to you or a loved one, or would like advice about any of the services they offer, please click here.
Now more than ever, be kind and be thoughtful. We will get through this, together.