Greater Manchester Mental Health Services’ Self Help Resources
If you like to self-help when it comes to your mental health, this website has advice and guidance on a huge variety of topics, from Addiction, PTSD, Suicide and Self Harm, to coping with Change, building Resilience and tackling Unhelpful Thinking.
Find them all here.
Every Mind Matters by the NHS
Every Mind Matters has some really useful and relevent advice on topics such as 7 simple ideas to tackle working from home and 10 tips to help if you're worried about coronavirus.
Access it here.
Silver Cloud is a brand new service and platform offering numerous online programmes to help ease stress levels, improve sleep or build resilience. Each programme uses proven methods, including cognitive behavioural therapy, and all information entered is anonymous, confidential and secure.
Find out more and register here.
SHOUT (over 16s)
SHOUT is a new confidential 24/7 text service for people aged 16+ that offers advice on a range of issues. Here’s how to contact the service:
Kooth Online Counselling (11-18s)
The pandemic has changed our lives. Because it's a stressful time for many people aged 11-18 in Greater Manchester, Kooth offers information and a way to share fears and anxieties with peers.
There's also access to counselling – without leaving the house.
Click here to access the service.
ChatHealth (young people)
A secure and confidential text messaging service for children and young people which allows patients to easily and anonymously get in touch with a healthcare professional for advice and support.
To access, young people can text in to the designated number – 07507330205 – 9am–4pm.
Read more here.