Welcome to our Resources page, please take a look around and explore the Resource Gateways! We’ve brought together a wide range of information to help support your mental and emotional wellbeing during this difficult and uncertain time we are all currently experiencing.
Scroll down for links to some Portsmouth based and nationwide organisations offering advice and practical support to help you stay well and resilient over the coming months. Or, click on each of the Gateways above – Meet, Relax, Learn and Create – to explore our additional resources.
The fifth Gateway leads to information about local groups, projects and enterprises in Hampshire that aim to contribute to good mental health, recovery and wellbeing in different ways. This is not a comprehensive guide, but where possible we’ll signpost you to places you can find out more.
If you live in Hampshire outside of the main cities of Portsmouth and Southampton, you can find information on volunteering and support via this link: Hampshire Social Care and Health
If you live in Southampton, you can find information on volunteering and support via this link: Southampton City Council
Published by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and written by Dr.Russ Harris, this is a stress management guide for coping with adversity. The downloadable guide aims to equip people with practical skills to help cope with stress. A few minutes each day are enough to practice the self-help techniques. The guide can be used alone or with the accompanying audio exercises, and is available in different languages.
Find a range of digital tools to help you manage and improve different aspects of your health. Search for advice on topics such as anxiety, stress, sleep and low mood.
Lots of advice for those feeling anxious or worried about Coronavirus. You can also visit Solent Mind for service updates and practical ways to support mental wellbeing including their Loneliness Toolkit and Families Toolkit.
Free and confidential emotional support service for workers on the frontline of dealing with Covid19
Advice and tips on how to look after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Volunteer to support others who may be self-isolating or vulnerable.
The latest guidance on benefits and financial support
Current updates on Covid-19 from the global perspective.
For general articles of interest relating to mental health, recovery and wellbeing, click here.