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Looking after your mental health

  • Having good mental health helps us relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more

  • We know that many families are experiencing challenges and are worrying about a number of things at present.
  • There are places to go to help you and your children.
  • NHS provides expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19.

Herts Mind Network also provides support

A mental health helpline is available to provide emotional support 24 hours a day, every day of the week for anyone experiencing mental health distress and emotions. The Crisis Helpline will provide 1:1 emotional support and signposting to other useful services. 

You also can call if your mental health is impacted by the current Coronavirus outbreak.. To contact the helpline please call us on 01923 256391

The network has provided the following helpful links on their website

Crisis Helpline is open 24/7 at the moment www.hertsmindnetwork.org/crisis-helpline

Online Wellbeing through Learning Courses (HAFLS) www.hertsmindnetwork.org/Pages/Events/Category/events

Online Meeting Places www.hertsmindnetwork.org/online-meeting-places

Children and Young People – Online Groups and courses https://www.hertsmindnetwork.org/Pages/Category/young-people

Are you facing new challenges while schools are closed?

Call our dedicated contact helpline on

01992 588574

Monday - Friday if you wish to speak to either a

Specialist Advisory Teacher in the morning, 10am-2pm or 

Educational Psychologist in the afternoon, 2pm-4pm


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