Looking after your wellbeing and mental health
Lots of things can have an impact on our mental health or our wellbeing.
If you're a Bromford customer, you can also speak to your neighbourhood coach. They are here to connect you with local help on a whole range of subjects.
Mental health and money
Download the Mental Health and Money Toolkit to help you understand, manage and improve both your mental and financial health.
It covers six key areas on managing money and your wellbeing:
- Mental health and money: Where to start
- Getting ready to take action
- Understanding your finances
- Navigating the benefit system
- Signposting and appointment planner
Where to go for more help
Here are some trusted organisations that you can contact, and the things they can help with.
Offers emotional support 24 hours a day. If you feel like you can't cope anymore, you can talk to the samaritans.
Offers specialist mental health emotional support 6am-11pm every day.
Anxiety UK is a national registered charity that helps people affected by anxiety, stress and anxiety-based depression.
Information and advice for the elderly about many issues, including benefits.
A national support helpline for people experiencing anxiety, panic, OCD and related disorders, including withdrawal from tranquillizers. No Panic also provides support for the carers of people who suffer from anxiety disorders.
Papyrus Prevention of Young Suicide (under 35)
Offers confidential support and suicide intervention and empowers young people to lead suicide prevention activities in their communities.
Bipolar Support Line
Provides information and advice for people affected by bipolar disorder and those who care for them.