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The following websites give lots of useful information and tips for looking after your mental wellbeing:

Healthy Minds
The Healthy Minds Wellbeing Assistant offers tailored suggestions on services and self-help apps based on how you are feeling, so you can find what you need, when you need it – quickly and easily.

Check in with your MATE
This campaign helps men to check in with each other and seek support.

Every Mind Matters
Expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing.

NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mood self-assessment quiz and mental wellbeing audio guides.

NHS Sleep and Tiredness
Advice on sleeping well and coping with tiredness.

Mental Health Foundation
Information podcasts, videos and tools to help you look after your mental health.

Age UK Mental Wellbeing
Mental wellbeing support for older people.

Bradford Council Self-Help Leaflets
Booklets with lots of information on health topics available to download.

Reading Well for Mental Wellbeing
Books that can help with managing mental health conditions, or dealing with difficult feelings and experiences. You can borrow them from you local library as actual books, e-books or audiobooks.  Many of these are available from Bradford libraries, and you can find a link here.

Veterans Combat Stress
The UK’s leading mental health charity for veterans. They offer free, confidential 24 hour support to Service and ex-Service personnel who are experiencing mental health issues, including feeling suicidal.

PANDAS Foundation
The PANDAS Foundation supports and advises any parent who is experiencing a perinatal mental illness. They can inform and guide family members, carers, friends and employers on how they can support someone.

Urgent help

Is it a medical emergency? Call 999 or go to A&E if someone’s life is at risk. For example, if they have seriously injured themselves, taken an overdose or you do not feel you can keep yourself or someone else safe.

If you are feeling extremely anxious and/or having panic attacks, please contact Guide-Line. Phone lines are open between 8am and midnight every day on freephone 08001 884 884 or click here to chat online.

Anyone thinking of suicide, self-harming, or who is seeing and hearing things can call First Response on  0800 952 1181.

​​​​​​​A free service on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere.

Whatever you’re going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Every Mind Matters Urgent Support
​​​​​​​If you cannot wait to see a doctor and feel unable to cope or keep yourself safe find links to get urgent support here.

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