Tuesday, 16 March 2021

Wellbeing and Mental Health support in Greenwich

From the Triangle's Community Champions: 

We know that many people are having a difficult time at the moment. If you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious or stressed, or worried about your wellbeing and mental health, please know you are not alone and there is support available.

Here is a reminder of the wellbeing and mental health support that is available for adults in Greenwich.

At the Live Well Greenwich hub you can find advice and support, whether you need a friendly chat, emotional support, or are struggling with day to day life and need help urgently. Visit Live Well Greenwich today. You can also call 0800 470 4831 for free to talk to a friendly, local advisor Monday- Saturday 8.30am – 6pm.

Looking after your mental health has never been so important. More information about how to do this and what services are available for you are available at Free Your Mind .

If you need more confidential help Qwell, offers a free, anonymous online counselling and emotional wellbeing service. Adults aged over 26 can receive online counselling from qualified counsellors. The website is open 24 hours a day; one-to-one counselling sessions are available from 12pm until 10pm on weekdays, and from 6pm until 10pm on weekends. 

Greenwich Time to Talk can offer help to those who have mild problems of anxiety or depression. For more information on the service and details on how to book your first appointment please visit Greenwich Time to Talk - Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust as well as watch this short video.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis you can access Oxleas urgent advice line at 0800 330 8590.

Whatever you are going through, Samaritans are there to listen you can call 116 123

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