In our third national lockdown, it's more important than ever to support the mental health of ourselves and our loved ones.
Over the months, we've responded to the challenges of the pandemic and created new ways for you to find support from the safety of your own home. Take a look at the options below and share with your loved ones, colleagues, clients and pupils.
Over the phone, free of charge
Our experienced Wellbeing Advisors can provide bitesize knowledge, exercises and a listening ear if you or someone you care about feels low, anxious or overwhelmed. Our help is available to everyone and you do not need to be receiving any other kind of mental health support to be able to call us.
Online via phone, tablet and laptop, free of charge
We've written and assembled the very best information packs and toolkits containing practical exercises and self-care tips.
Titles such as Coping with Loneliness, Uncertainty, Redundancy, Working from Home and Life as a Dementia Carer could give you some useful ideas, even if you've never experienced poor mental health before.
Many documents are also available in Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi and Polish and can be printed out to share with your community.
iOS and Android phones, free of charge
This comprehensive new app is packed full of tips and advice for living well, from guided mindfulness exercises and healthy recipes to employment advice and interactive resources, right in your back pocket.
Created by experienced mental health professionals and using proven wellbeing techniques and therapies, you can help form good self-care habits with weekly wellbeing challenges and personalised activities.
Various dates via Zoom
If you are in need of a workplace wellbeing boost or manage a team who are trying to cope with working at home, our remote yet high-quality interactive training will give you the building blocks for happy, healthy workers.
Our courses range from quick, lunch time learning, with sessions such as Coping with Stress and Getting a Better Nights Sleep, to half and full day mental health awareness courses. We can also train accredited Mental Health First Aiders for your organisation.
Unlike other providers, our training as a true community impact: All the profits that Solent Mind makes are put straight into our vital mental health services across Hampshire.
Via phone, email, text and web chat, free of charge
Finally, our trusted services across Hampshire continue to offer help and support remotely for children, teens, adults, veterans or those who live with dementia.
Most of our services require a simple self-referral form to get up and running, and we'll help you to confidently access groups and 1:1 support via phone, text, email or web chat. As it becomes safer to do so, our team are also excitedly working to welcome you back to our face to face services.