Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities COVID-19 Information Hub
Looking after your emotional wellbeing, mental and physical health is incredibly important, and never more so than during the current coronavirus COVID-19 situation.
Having good mental health helps us build resilience to be able to face life’s challenges. It can also help us feel healthier and happier and there are often simple ways to achieve this.
Need help now?
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need to talk to someone
For immediate emergency assistance Emergency Services Call or Text: 999
For urgent, non-emergency medical advice
- Call: NHS 111 Or go to: NHS 111 Online
- Samaritans Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Call: 116 123
- First Response is a 24/7 helpline offering immediate advice, support and signposting for people with mental health difficulties
This page offers advice and links if you are worried about the safety, independence and wellbeing of a child or adult.
This page contains information and resources for professionals to support health and wellbeing of the public and other professionals
This page contains links to resources and support for your health and wellbeing including information in another language
This page will give advice on your health and wellbeing
During the current coronavirus pandemic, many people are experiencing tragic loss of life under difficult circumstances. It is important to know what support is available in Suffolk and this page brings together resources and information in one place.
This page contains information and advice for people living with dementia and those supporting someone with dementia
This page links to a variety of resources to provide support for your wellbeing or your workforce's wellbeing
This page contains links to resources and support for your health and wellbeing
For simple steps to look after your mental and physical health, why not try our Wellbeing Planner?