Gloucestershire Wellbeing Helpline provides support to adults living in Gloucestershire who are experiencing mild to moderate wellbeing difficulties, such as anxiety, low mood or depression, including support for self-harm. We can also provide support and information to friends, family, carers and professionals.

Our Helpline provides anonymous and confidential person-centred wellbeing support through telephone, text or webchat.  Our team will listen to you and help you navigate the most useful support for you at that time – whether this be emotional and or practical support.    The team can access a wide variety of online self-care tools and resources, which they can explore with you and if appropriate, signpost you to other sources of support both nationally and within Gloucestershire.  The Helpline is available 365 days a year between the hours of 2 pm and 9 pm.

We have a dedicated Gloucestershire-based Clic online peer support forum to support adults with their mental health.  Whether you have questions about mental health or want to share tips and advice, you are able to access this free online, fully moderated peer support forum 24 hours.

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