Mental Health Support

Please find on this page numerous useful local and national resources to help you look after your mental health during these unusual circumstances. With most people still/back working from home it is important to maintain a healthy routine to improve your mental health, helping to reduce stress and anxiety. This page will be updated with new resources and strategies to keep a positive mental wellbeing!

If you would like to see how important Physical Activity is for your mental health, then watch this 45 minute webinar here.

Local Support

Bristol MIND

Their emotional support helpline MindLine is running an extended service during the Coronavirus crisis and is open 7 nights a week, 7pm-11pm. 


Bath Mind have updated their website to help you during the pandemic but will not be doing face to face contact. However, they have developed a new online Wellbeing in the Workplace offer, which includes online training sessions and 1-1 phone support.

Off the Record

Off the Record have various projects and services that you can sign up for to try for free. Including practical mental health and wellbeing tips about dealing with challenges the Coronavirus and other fun and entertaining material!

One You South Gloucestershire

One You have useful resources such as how to stay active at home, COVID-19 advice and how to maintain your mental health during these times. 

Second Step North Somerset

Second Step are offering 1-1 phone support for those people who would normally attend their groups- they are also still accepting new referrals, contact them to book!

Thrive at Work, West of England

The West of England Combined Authority has developed the Thrive at Work programme, encouraging and supporting businesses to improve employees' mental health and wellbeing. 


We can run a bespoke 1 hour webinar 'Physical Activity for Good Mental Health' for your organisation. Click here to find out more. 

National Support

Every Mind Matters 

Every Mind Matters have important guidance on looking after your mental wellbeing while staying at home. Click Here to read this guidance. 

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is part of the national mental health response providing support to address the mental health and psychosocial aspects of the Coronavirus outbreak. Click Here to read more!

Mental Health England

Mental Health England have launched a new campaign called 'My Whole Self' which is helping with the workplace culture change, while many of us are working from home. They have developed a 'My Whole Self' toolkit- to find out more Click Here.

Mental Health At Work

Mental Health at Work have added a toolkit on coronavirus isolation and how to support yourself and your colleagues during these unprecedented times. Click Here to access it! 


These pages from Mind have tips to help yourself cope, including ways to support yourself during winter.

Her Spirit 

Her Spirit is a personalised coaching app for your Mind, Body and Fuel and is now FREE for EVERY women in the UK. This is thanks to Sport England Lottery Funding. Click Here to download the app!

Public Health England- Guidance for the Public 

PHE are publishing the latest guidance on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing. Click Here to read more!

Public Health England- Guidance for Parents and Carers 

The latest guidance from PHE on parents and carers supporting children's mental health and wellbeing can be accessed Here!

Other Contacts 

The NHS have put together a list of websites and apps that are helpful for managing mental health- these will be especially useful during the pandemic. Access the resources Here. 

UCL have produced a useful article for managers and colleagues to support each other's mental health in the workplace. Read more here.