We’ve curated this list of organisations offering further mental health education and support.
Phone and email services
If you are concerned about your mental health or that of someone you know, there are organisations you can talk to who can help you access the right support:
Mind have lots of information to help you understand and manage your situation when you need help. This includes a phone line which provides an information and signposting service.
Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. They're here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - call them for free, any time of day or night.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide. They have a helpline and web chat open daily 5pm-midnight for anyone who is feeling down and needs to talk.
Sane Line work with anyone affected by mental illness, including families, friends and carers. Their helpline is open between 4:30pm and 10pm every day. They also provide a free text-based support service called Textcare.
These websites contain useful data, overviews and help for mental health matters you will encounter in relation to work:
Mental Health Foundation
Since 1949, the Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health. With prevention at the heart of what they do, they aim to find and address the sources of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive.
Mental Health at Work is a new online gateway, developed by Mind, that brings together resources, toolkits, blogs and case studies into one place.
The professional body for HR and people development. Their Knowledge Hub shares evidence and insights from a wide range of resources from the CIPD.
Business in the Community is the oldest and largest business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business. The offer lots of information on their blog, factsheets, case studies and toolkits.