COVID-19 - Mental Health - Caring For Plymouth
Updated 8 April 2021
All of us are worried about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it will affect us and those we love. Mind is still here to support you and to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
Head Space (Colebrook)
Head Space offers an out-of-hours service for people who consider that they are approaching a mental health crisis. The service aims to provide a non-clinical setting with a safe, calm and structured environment, where individuals can go to access peer support.
KOOTH provides access to support, information and guidance for young people on all issues that relate to them, through the online counselling service, online forums and access and ability to contribute to the our magazine.
Marbles Lost and Found
A general mental health information hub produced by a Plymouth mental health service user who by sharing their journey hopes to help others. Lots of helpful local information and links.
Plymouth Options are able to provide support via telephone appointment, video consultation or an offer of computerised CBT. Due to COVID-19 we are not able to offer face to face appointments at this time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not able to refer in this way we can accept referrals via our phone line on 01752 435419 but there may be a delay due to our limited admin resource.
We offer a wide range of information, advice, counselling and support services to young people.
- Anxiety UK
- Bipolar UK
- Men's Mental Health Forum
- Mental Health Foundation
- No Panic
- OCD Action
- OCD UK
- Rethink Mental Illness
Find out what support you can get if you're affected by coronavirus
Use this GOV.UK service to find out what help and advice you can get from the government and other organisations. You can use it for yourself or someone else.
You can find support with:
- what to do if you're feeling unsafe where you live, or if you're worried about someone else
- paying bills, rent, or your mortgage
- getting food
- being made redundant or unemployed, or not having any work
- what to do if you're worried about going in to work
- having somewhere to live
- mental health and wellbeing, including information for children
If you need medical help, go to NHS 111 online.
You will not get direct support from the government or organisations through this service.
How to submit an organisation or community group to this website
If you are an organisation or community group and can help people during the COVID-19 pandemic, please complete our online form and we will add you to this directory.
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