Welcome to Wellbeing in Action and thank you for trusting us to give you support when you need it. We have a range of professional services and peer support projects that may be useful to you. The first, and hardest, step is to reach out and just talk. We don't underestimate how difficult this can feel. Commonly people think:
"I don't want to bother people or worry them"
"There's no point, nothing they can do to help"
"I'm too embarrassed"
"I'm frightened of what will happen if I tell someone"
"Don't know if I can trust them"
"I don't know where to start"
"They'll think I'm stupid"
"I haven't got the energy to speak"
"Go away - my life may as well be over"
Talking literally saves lives. Whether you choose to chat online (anonymously if you prefer), use our 'Agony Aunt' problem message service, join an online peer support group or get brave enough to come to see someone in person - use our menu on the right to explore what might be right for you.
Wellbeing in Action don't operate 24 hour crisis services, but if you're feeling desperate, and our services and projects aren't available right now, then please use the links below to help.
Samaritans 116 123
Mind 0300 123 3393
Kooth www.kooth.com (online young people's crisis and support)
Childline 0800 1111
Domestic Violence Hotline 0808 2000 247
Age UK 0800 169 6565
The Survivor's Trust 0808 801 0181
Online Advice & Support
Therapies, Mentors & Counselling
Gals & Pals
Young Women's Support coming soon
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