Extra help for your mental wellbeing is available across Wales, online and over the phone. These resources are safe, free, and you don’t need a referral, so take a look and see what can help you today.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board website that has links to many free, self help resources to help with mental health issues.
SilverCloud is an online course which offers support for anxiety, depression, and much more, all based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
- CALL Mental Health Listening Line
Provides a confidential mental health listening and emotional support line which is open 24/7.
CALL can also signpost to support in local communities and a range of online information.
Call 0800132737, text “help” to 81066 or visit: callhelpline.org.uk
- Beat eating disorders helpline
Beat provides helplines and information for adults and young people, offering a supportive environment to talk about eating disorders and how to get help.
Call 0808 801 0677 or visit www.beateatingdisorders.org.uk/support- services
Provides six weeks guided self-help for, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and more.
To get started, talk to your GP, any other health professional, or sign up directly at: www.mind.org.uk/AMWales
The “ACTivate Your Life” online video course shares practical ways to cope with thoughts and feelings causing distress and help live life with more confidence.
To start go to: https://phw.nhs.wales/services-and- teams/activate-your-life/
- Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit
The Young Person’s Mental Health Toolkit links young people, aged 11 to 25, to websites, apps, helplines, and more to build resilience.
You can access the toolkit here
There is also information to help children & young people with their mental health on the melo website here
A selection of self help leaflets about many different mental health conditions are available here
Mae’r ddogfen yma hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg. This information is also available in Welsh
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