Mental health

All the fear and uncertainty in the world right now doesn’t just impact our financial wellbeing – it can also put a lot of pressure on our mental health too. Looking after your mental health is just as important as maintaining good physical and financial wellbeing in these challenging times – here’s where you can find extra support.

 

Mental health and money advice

Mental Health and Money Advice can offer guidance on specific financial situations that may impact your mental health during the outbreak, including:

  • Income reductions
  • Taking time off for mental health issues
  • Statutory sick pay
  • Furlough
  • Redundancy
  • Implications for the self-employed
  • Implications for flexible workers
  • Implications for carers.
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Mental health UK

Find tips, guidance, activities and further resources to support your mental wellbeing from our charity partner, Mental Health UK.

They provide information and support on a range of topics, such as:

  • How to support your mental health while working from home
  • How to boost your wellbeing while staying safe indoors
  • Coping with stress as a key worker
  • Supporting your wellbeing while on furlough
  • And more.
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Mind

For guidance and information on coping with specific mental health conditions caused or exacerbated by COVID-19, visit Mind.

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