Mental Health & Wellbeing Support

Psychological services public helpline for Covid-19 distress: 01698 687 567

NHS Lanarkshire psychological services are running a helpline for members of the public experiencing difficulties with anxiety, low mood and other distress during the Covid-19 outbreak.

The helpline provides a combination of information and signposting, plus a call-back service for people who are experiencing more severe distress.

From the week beginning Monday 27 April, the lines will be open from 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday. Call 01698 687 567.

For more information:

Samaritans Resources to support wellbeing

Samaritans have developed a coronavirus hub which we will be kept up to date regarding how people can look after their wellbeing and support one another during this time:-

Coping with your feelings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Coping with your feelings during the COVID-19 pandemic

 Advice for helping children, young people and their families manage their anxiety about COVID-19

An audio CD to support mental health & well-being through self-help

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