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Mental Health and Coronavirus
Public Health England (PHE) "Guidance for the Public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of the Coronavirus"
Mental Health Foundation "Looking after your Mental Health during the Coronavirus outbreak"
Further Mental Health Toolkits and Sources of Support
Click here for information from MIND aimed at helping friends, family, carers and others to give support and take care of themselves too.
Click here for MIND's Guide to Support and Services. This is a useful A-Z for a range of Mental Health issues
Public Health England's "Every Mind Matters" aims to make it easier for everyone to look after their own wellbeing and improve their mental health, by providing a digital hub full of advice, tips and resources and a new online tool to help everyone create their own action plan.
Click here for details of how to access Re-Think's "Mental Health in the Workplace Employers' Toolkit". It aims to help support employers to develop the knowledge to support the mental health of their workforce.
eLearning,MIND's Mental Health for Small Workplaces aims to build confidence in thinking and talking about mental health.
MoneySavingExpert's Free Guide to Mental Health and Debt (download) covers how to handle debts when unwell, work with banks, free debt counselling, whether to declare a condition and more.
PIP mobility and Mental Health - the rules for getting the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) mobility component have changed. You can now apply for it if you have a mental health condition that makes it difficult for you to plan or take a journey.
Make sure you're not missing out on benefits with our these free online checkers
Find out if money is available for specific issues
Useful advice and definitions
Information about opening a bank account
MoneySavingExpert's Guide to opening a Basic Bank Account. A guide to the best basic bank accounts for people with poor credit who can't get (or don't want) standard bank accounts.