The new coronavirus that was discovered in December 2019 and causes the COVID-19 illness, has spread around the world and is impacting on the lives of many people. Although COVID-19 is a physical illness, the changes it has brought to our lives is having a big impact on mental health too.

We're all facing a new way of living, working and schooling and everyone will react in different ways to this. It's ok to feel worried, anxious or down. You might be struggling to sleep or, even if you're getting sleep, feeling sluggish and unmotivated. These are normal reactions to being in a situation that is uncertain and difficult to manage. 

Resources

We've pulled together and created a range of tailored resources and activities to help you to look after your own mental health and to support others. Click on the links below to find out more.


Lancashire Mind Wellbeing Newsletters

Our newsletters have been created for students, school staff and parents with updates, activities and tips to maintain good mental wellbeing during lockdown and beyond.  If you would like your school to be added to our mailing list, please email Jess. 

**LATEST NEWSLETTER**                         

Nature - Mental Health Awareness Week                        

 

  **All other newsletters**

Kindness          Worries          Coping with Loss

Self-harm          Staying Safe Online          Wellbeing

Self-esteem and confidence          Body Confidence          Resilience

Stigma and Discrimination          Back to school anxiety          Positive goal setting

World Mental Health Day      JanYOUary    

  Children's Mental Health Week and Sleep - Feb 2021 Back to school - March 2021

Stress


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You can also visit:

Our latest news page to read about how 
Lancashire Mind staff and volunteers are
looking after their own mental wellbeing.  
National Mind's coronavirus information hub
where you'll find reliable information
and tips to help you cope during this time.          

    


If you require emotional support for your own mental health or if you're concerned about the health of someone else, call the LSCFT Mental Health Helpline: freephone 0800 915 4640, open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for people living in Lancashire.



Children and young people who live in Blackburn with Darwen and Lancashire can access free, anonymous, online support from Kooth.



Free Workplace Wellbeing Guides

Lancashire Mind is a company limited by guarantee (company number 3888655) and a registered charity in England and Wales (registered number 1081427) at 80-82 Devonshire Road, Chorley, Lancs, PR7 2DR. Lancashire Mind are registered with the Fundraising Regulator. For all enquiries, call us on 01257 231660.
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