Look after yourself

Searching for your next challenge can be stressful if you're not experiencing the success that you had hoped for. This may lead to you feeling anxious or depressed. You might be concerned about finances, health and family members. It is OK to feel like this. These are normal reactions to uncertainty. It’s OK to ask for help.

We need to look after ourselves.  The services listed below are here to help you.

Your Local Health and Care App Finder
Apps are a great way to get health and mental wellbeing support, helping us to improve our health and live healthier lives. NHS Somerset and the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications have teamed up to create a website which shows health and care related apps which have been reviewed for data privacy, professional clinical assurance and how usable and accessible they are.


Looking after your mental health 

A guide to all the local services offering help and specialist support can be found in this document including Samaritans, Bereavement Support, Somerset Carers, Drug and Alcohol Service, Domestic Abuse Service, Rape and Sexual Abuse Support.  

Every Mind Matters

Feeling stressed, anxious, low or struggling to sleep? Every Mind Matters can help with expert advice and practical tips. Start the fightback to a healthier you today - click here 

Mindline - Mind in Somerset

If you need to talk to someone about the issues you are facing, please phone Mindline on 01823 276 892 and they will welcome your call.  Visit the website here

Open Mental Health
If you are an adult living in Somerset and experiencing difficulties with your mental health, we are here to help. Open Mental Health offers support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that anyone struggling with poor mental health can access the right support at the right time

Somerset NHS Foundation Delivering joined up community, mental health and acute hospital care.

Mental Health Crisis Offering support when a person may feel in need or need urgent care and support.


Self-help Resources

Somerset Community Connect Health, care and well-being information and advice.

Somerset Recovery College offers opportunities to learn about mental health and recovery by equipping you with the tools to live a fulfilling life. 

Library - Mental Health Resources A collection of reading materials and resources to support mental health and well-being.

SPARK A CHANGE Explore volunteering opportunities and skills development.


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