Advice and support

Life isn't always easy; if things become difficult it can be hard to see a way out. There are lots of situations that can impact on how you feel but help and support is available if you're struggling to cope.

Coronavirus and Mental Wellbeing

For practical advice on staying mentally and physically well during the outbreak.

Mental health problems

Common mental health problems affect 1 in 4 adults each year.
Get help and support.

Abuse and discrimination

Have you experienced domestic abuse, sexual or physical abuse; bullying, discrimination or culture pressure (such as forced marriage)?
Get help and support.

Big life changes

The loss of a loved one, a relationship breaking down, a change in work or becoming ill can be hard to deal with.
Get help and support.

Financial difficulties

Are you having difficulty managing your money or maybe you’re in debt? At risk of homelessness or already homeless?
Get help and support.

Substance misuse

Are you struggling with alcohol or drug problems?
Get help and support.


The way you live or choose to live can come with unforeseen pressure. You may be a student, part of the rural community or feeling lonely.
Get help and support.

Children and young people

Around 1 in 10 children and young people will experience mental illness before they turn 16. Get the advice and support you need now.


Are you struggling to cope with the demands, pressures and changes that may come with higher or further education? You are not alone. Get help and support.

Sexual or gender identity

Advice, support and information for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities.

Military personnel and Veterans

Those serving in the Armed Forces are twice as likely to suffer from mental illness, get the help and support you need now.


When a loved one dies, no matter the circumstances, it can be a very emotional and devastating time - seek support now.