Coronavirus: Mental health advice and support

PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

Thursday, 14th October 2021 — By Camden Council

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PUBLIC INFORMATION PAGES FROM CAMDEN COUNCIL

Many people are feeling overwhelmed and anxious at the moment. If you are worried about your mental health or need some extra support, there is a range of help available.

You can speak to your GP, visit icope.nhs.uk or phone iCope on 020 3317 6670. If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis, please phone the 24-hour crisis line at St Pancras Hospital on 020 3317 6333.

As well as accessing support when you need some extra help, there are small ways we can look after our wellbeing day-to-day too. That might be taking some time out during your working day, getting out and about in Camden’s green spaces, checking in with loved ones or taking some time away from your phone or computer screen.

For more information on available support and tips to look after your wellbeing, including specific resources for young people and in other languages, visit camden.gov.uk/mental-health

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