According to mental health charity, Mind, approximately 1 in 4 people in England will experience a mental health problem of some kind every year.
As we all know, looking after our mental health is just as important as looking after our physical health. However, prioritising your mental wellbeing in the midst of a cost of living crisis is easier said than done.
Worries about making ends meet, rising inflation, and energy bills may all be on your mind at the moment, compounding the normal day-to-day worries and stresses we have.
It's important to know that help for your mental health is out there, and can be accessed by anyone, regardless of age, background, or income. Even if you don't feel like your problems are severe enough, there are organisations that will take you seriously and help you on your way to feeling better.
Tips, advice, and external guides and resources for managing money whilst looking after your mental health during the cost of living crisis.Read now
Find out more about the mental health charities and groups we are supporting with financial donations, as well as the work they do throughout our branch towns.Read now
Find information and access services to support your mental health, or get urgent help.Find out more
Mind us a UK-wide mental health charity. Their local branches provide mental health services and support across England, including talking therapies, peer support, advocacy, crisis care, and support with employment and housing.Find your local Mind
Advice, tips, and support on prioritising your mental health during the cost of living crisis from Money and Mental Health Advice, the UK's first advice service to combine support on mental and financial wellbeing.Find out more
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