Mental Health

Mental Health

Mental health


The Mind website has some great hints and tips on looking after yourself, from isolation advice to staying hydrated

Mind Cymru













The Mental Health Foundation has some great tips on looking after yourself whilst working from home

Mental Health Foundation















Every Mind Matters provides simple tips and advice to start taking better care of your mental health. If you are still struggling after several weeks and it is affecting your daily life, please contact NHS 111 online. If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111. The Every Mind Matters sleep page provides practical advice on how to improve your sleep

Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters Sleep Guidance
















Visit the NHS mental health and wellbeing advice website for self-assessment, audio guides and practical tools, if you are experiencing stress, feelings of anxiety or low mood

NHS Mental Health & Wellbeing














Support for younger people through the Neighbourhood Watch with their brand new isolation toolkit

Neighbourhood Watch















Support and guidance through the Samaritans on variety of topics:

If you're worried about your mental health

If you are worried about someone else










Signs yoiu may be struggling to cope

How to help someone to open up
















‘Listening Support’ are offering up to six sessions of listening supportfor Frontline Workers. More information can be found on their website: or get in touch through

Listening support















Neurolove is an interactive website for young people filled with resources designed to help you stay connected, active and well, at a time when that might feel a bit difficult
















The Red Cross have set up a new support line to offer emotional advice and support to those who may be struggling. The phone line is free, confidential and open 7 days a week on 0808 196 3651

Red Cross
















Tenouvous cancer care are offering a Telefriend service for those that a isolating and a little lonelier during this time, to receive regular phone calls to lift spirits and chat to someone friendly outside of their own home
















Stem supports positive mental health in teenagers















Conwy County Borough Council Mental Health Service
















The aim of the Mental Health Wales service is to offer a set of useful links together with a library of information for mental health professionals, clinicians, and individuals living with mental illness, families and carers















C.A.L.L mental health helpline















Samaritans is a helpline service which is available 24/7 and is about working with people to create a safe space where they can talk about what is happening, how they’re feeling and help them to find their own way forward
















Pwrpas raises awareness and information links to Men’s mental health concerns















Men’s Health Forum has advice and guidance available through their website















Time to Change Wales has support and guidance for those struggling with mental health issues
















Calm website for the Campaign against living miserably















Conwy Community Wellbeing Pack can be viewed and downloaded here
















Mindfulness videos in Welsh and English through Public Health Wales Youtube channel















Find support for yourself whether you are an adult or a young person and advice and resources for mental health professionals
















Free meditation and mindfulness classes through Medito




Last modified on June 15th, 2021 at 10:04 am