Mental Health and Wellbeing is always incredibly important. That's why we have permanent dedicated Health Safety & Wellbeing pages. We know that things are different right now, and you might need a little extra support or guidance. Here's some resources that might help you or a loved one.
If you are finding it difficult to access support and the resources below aren't quite right for you, please get in touch with the Help and Support team at email@example.com.
Mental Health & Wellbeing
Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation have lots of info including; how to talk to children, why do we panic buy, and advice for those living in difficult circumstances.
Student Minds are regularly updating this page with information about how to look after your mental health, including how to deal with racism and xenophobia.
If you have an eating disorder, or are supporting someone who does, you might have specific worries or practical concerns to do with the illness or treatment during this time.
Beat have created guidance on some commonly asked questions which you can access here.
We understand that some people may be living in difficult circumstances at home. Please reach out to one of these charities or helplines if you are struggling. A more extensive list can be viewed here.
Leeds Women's Aid
Leeds Women’s Aid (LWA) and Women’s Lives Leeds (WLL) are about to launch an online chat service for those women who are currently trapped with their abuser. The online chat is available on www.leedswomensaid.co.uk and it is available Monday to Friday 1.00pm – 3.00pm.
Behind Closed Doors
24 hour helpline (0113) 246 0401
BCD are a community based team that can help if someone feels they are at risk. They can also provide practical support around accessing legal advice and financial guidance.