The Worksafe Programme: support for organisations approaching gambling harm

There are at least 400,000 people currently experiencing serious gambling related harm in the UK, with a further 2 million at risk (Public Health England). Out of control gambling can damage relationships, finances, and physical and mental health. At work, productivity, ambition, and engagement may be affected, as well as adherence to safety protocols and […]

Live Well – NHS health and wellbeing resources

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This resource offers information, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and wellbeing. Part of the NHS website, Live Well collates guidance and resources in a number of different health areas, including: mental wellbeing, sleep and tiredness, exercise, eating well, sexual health, and more.

The Stay Alive app – a suicide prevention resource

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The Stay Alive app is a suicide prevention resource for the UK, full of useful information and tools to help you stay safe in crisis.  You can use it if you are having thoughts of suicide or if you are concerned about someone else who may be considering suicide. The app includes: A safety plan […]

Mental health and wellbeing support for medics

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This resource includes a series of in-depth ‘Wellbeing Sessions’, which provide structured support for doctors and medical students looking to improve their own wellbeing. If you have less time available, or would like to explore a range of topics, there are also two other types of support available. ‘Find Out More’ guides offer an overview […]

OCD-UK – support to understand and manage OCD

Information plays an important role in helping people understand and manage Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. OCD-UK is a national charity run by, and for, people with OCD. The organisation aims to educate, offer hope, and support people at every stage of their journey: through the difficult times, right through to recovery and everything in between. The charity […]

The No Panic helpline

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No Panic is a registered charity that supports people living with panic attacks, phobias, OCD and other related anxiety disorders. No Panic offers a number of different services, including telephone and email support, as well as additional programmes for people who sign up for an annual membership. The No Panic Helpline operates between 10am and […]

Financial Advice and Support from Citizens Advice

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Citizens Advice have collated together some resources and signposting links for financial support. These are available to all NHS and social care staff. They provide advice or support on the following: Money and Debt Advice Struggling to pay rent Helping to Save Budgeting Helping with Childcare Costs Energy Bills Credit Unions

Looking After Your Career – free coaching for primary care

NHS England are running free coaching sessions for all NHS staff working in primary care. Individual coaching is available with a skilled and experienced career coach. The aim of the service is to provide an easy to access, individually tailored coaching service that focuses on supporting you with your career choices. You can choose to […]

Body & Soul – free counselling for NHS staff

Body & Soul is an innovative charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach. They have developed a ‘whole person’ model of care rooted in a strengths based approach that nurtures connection, healing and growth. They are offering free counselling for NHS staff as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They can offer […]