Guides & Resources
Tips for managing loneliness - Mental Health Awareness Week 2022
Loneliness is something that we can all experience from time to time. But for some people these feelings can last a long time, make us feel isolated and impact our mental health. That’s why we have put together these 5 tips to help you manage feelings of loneliness, for if you are finding things hard at the moment.
Money and our financial situation can have a big impact on our mental health and how well we feel. That's why Mind in Salford and Ashleigh Oliver-Morrison, a local Financial Adviser from Sterling Financial Advice Ltd, are working in partnership to support the financial wellbeing and mental health of people in Salford by providing accessible and free resources.
Talking about Mental Health
Talking about mental health can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. That’s why we’ve put together a helpful guide to talking to others about mental health, and how to support them in a way that works for you both. Remember, even a small conversation can have a big impact.
Mindfulness practices are a great way to regulate your wellbeing and boost feelings of positivity. These videos are designed to help you relax and provide an introduction to some guided mindfulness practices. You can also download our ‘Everyday Mindfulness in 5 Steps’ guide below.
Mind A-Z of Mental Health
Mind's A-Z of Mental Health is a comprehensive guide to many common mental health problems, treatments, symptoms and themes, such as workplace wellbeing, supporting others, and student life. It offers support, information and advice, as well as sharing stories from real people with lived experience to remind you that you are not alone.
Mind in Salford YouTube Channel
Our Mind in Salford YouTube channel has lots of useful video resources that you can access anytime, anywhere. These videos are a mix of mindfulness practices, information videos on topics such as anxiety and stress, and campaign messages that talk about who we are and what we do.
Supporting You to Get Connected
Now that more and more services are being offered online or over the phone, it can be difficult knowing where to start with using some of these tools if you haven't used them before. Even if you have used these tools, it's really important that you stay well whilst using them and feel comfortable and safe doing so.
Below are some guides on some key topics around accessing services that are online or not face to face - you can find tips on staying safe and well while accessing services, as well as a guide on how to use the Zoom conferencing app.