This national Mind service is just for emergency service staff, volunteers and their families. Their team provides information on a range of topics including: staying mentally healthy at work, types of problems, how and where to get help, medication, advocacy, PTSD and the law. They can be contacted Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm (except bank holidays) on 0300 303 5999 at email@example.com or by text on 84999
Resources: National Mind
Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yourself. Elefriends is run by national Mind.
Emoodji is a free app from Mind that’s designed to help students cope with the ups and downs of university life. The app allows you to track your mood over time and is full of tips to cope with different aspects of life, such as homesickness, money worries and exam stress.
The national Mind Infoline is a service which provides callers with confidential support and information on mental health problems, access to help, potential treatments and advocacy. The Infoline is open Monday to Friday 9am-6pm (excluding bank holidays) and can be contacted by phone on 0300 123 3393, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by text on 86463
National Mind Legal line provides legal information and general advice on mental health related law covering mental health, mental capacity, community care, human rights and discrimination/equality related to mental health issues. They can be contacted between 9am and 6pm Mon-Fri (except Bank Holidays) on 0300 466 6463
A mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans, and queer people. They provide advice & information and an out of hours online chat service.
National Mind have produced a range of information about mental health. This information and other leaflets can be viewed for free online and/or purchased from the National Mind website.