28 May

YoungMinds #BeyondTomorrow Campaign

Will the Government commit? Coronavirus risks impacting young people’s mental health for years to come. Last week we had an early victory for the Beyond Tomorrow campaign when the Government announced the good news that £4.2 million has been pledged for mental health charities in response to the pandemic. This was thanks to early support…

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23 May

Virtual Training & Support from the North Tyneside Carers’ Centre

Wednesday 27 May at 11am online Dementia Skills: learn how dementia affects a person and what you can do to make a difference. Friday 29 May at 10.30am online Resilience Skills: short informal session designed to support you to maintain your own and family’s resilience levels during this challenging time. Friday 29 May at 10.30 am…

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08 May

Suicide Prevention website launches to support the North East and North Cumbria

The North East and North Cumbria Suicide Prevention Network is a regional partnership of organisations and individuals, collaborating across different agencies and communities, to help enhance and support all suicide prevention activity across the region. They are working to ensure everything possible is done to get support and information to help people stay safe, and…

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08 May

Skills for People’s keeping people connected service North Tyneside

Many people with learning disability and /or autism will become increasingly vulnerable during the current Covid-19 crisis. If you come across vulnerable people, then please refer them to the new telephone support service: Keeping People Connected : 0191 281 8737 The service is funded by the North Tyneside CCG and aims to help people by…

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01 May

Update from Rethink Mental Illness – 21 April 2020

Over the last few weeks, lots of you have shared how you are coping with coronavirus and lockdown by sending us your tips and photographs. It’s incredible to see how much resilience and creativity you are using to cope with the way life has changed. But we know that things aren’t easy right now. And…

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27 Apr

COVID-19 North Tyneside Council Resident Health and Wellbeing Pages

The COVID-19 health and wellbeing webpages are now live on the Council website and can be found here: https://my.northtyneside.gov.uk/category/1430/health-and-wellbeing-during-covid-19 They aim to give basic information to residents with relevant links to support and services during the current situation, all in one place.  

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20 Apr

The national Self injury Support service is still open

We are still here for women and girls affected by self injury We just wanted to let you know that during this very difficult time our text-based support services are still open and we are here to listen and support. Dealing with the current global situation on top of existing struggles with mental health is…

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17 Apr

An Update from Time to Change – 9 April 2020

During this uncertain time, looking out for our own and others’ mental health is more important than ever. Below, we share three simple tips to help you be there for someone, as well as advice from the NHS on looking after your own mental wellbeing at this time. We’re also continuing our campaign to end…

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