We understand that the current situation may be a causing concern and anxiety for people, and we want to reassure you that we are changing how we deliver our services and we will continue to support our communities.
Following the latest advice from the government and also from National Mind, our position is that:
- our offices are closed, and all support groups and courses are cancelled
- we will continue to offer support to people wherever possible over the phone
As the current restrictions will be in place for 3 weeks, we will review our situation on Tuesday 14th April. Our website will continue to be updated, so please do check it.
This situation is unprecedented, and we are acting in the best interests of our clients, staff and the public. We hope you understand and support the action we have taken.
You can keep up-to-date with current government advice, published daily here:
If you are struggling with your mental health and wellbeing during these times, you are able to self-refer on our website, please click on this link.
Below is further information from Mind that you may find useful:
Mind have useful information to help support your wellbeing during these difficult times:
Mind have guidance on mental health and work during the Coronavirus pandemic:
Mind have information for young people who are worried about Coronavirus:
Author: Paula Hall
Posted on: 23rd March 2020