The information and stories you share through this survey will help shape our understanding of the challenges you face, and how you are coping, and will inform and influence the first phase of the Synergi Stories: Covid-19 eJournal, a new online platform for ethnic minority people with lived experience, service users and carers to creatively share their stories and inform our work and, ultimately, policy.
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Find out more about Our Frontline for key workers, The Help Hub free therapy sessions, a new online peer support group launched by Mental Health UK, Rethink Mental Illness's new suicide prevention helpline, free Talking for Wellbeing training, London Friend's new LGBT online support group, Beat's new online group for those with eating disorders, and Kooth support for young people age 11-25.
Covid-19, a new form of coronavirus, is dominating the news. It’s a worrying time for everyone, and social distancing measures can feel daunting and isolating.
The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) are looking to find volunteers who have had a bereavement experience (as tough a topic as this is), because as a department we want to improve our awareness and make the experience of reporting a death or applying for financial support as pain-free and simple as possible.
Rethink Mental Illness is asking you to tell us about your experiences of mental illness during the ongoing pandemic. The information you provide will help us understand the problems you face and how services and the Government should respond. It will guide our campaigning.
Royal Holloway University of London is looking for 10-15 people to take part in a one-off interview on the phone/Skype, lasting about 1 hour. The interview will explore what you know and think about nutritional interventions for low mood/depression - we are looking for all ranges of knowledge on the topic and either positive or negative views. You can take part whether you know very little about the area, or whether you know a lot.