Now we’re talking – coming together in isolation

Now we’re talking – coming together in isolation Organisations across the county have joined forces to launch a wellbeing campaign and
additional mental health support for people during the coronavirus
outbreak. ‘Now We’re Talking’, encourages people to get talking to
combat loneliness whilst self-isolating, and to seek help if they are
struggling with their mental health. The campaign, led by the local
authority, NHS and third sector also directs people to increased mental
health support available including:
Lifeline Plus – a mental health and wellbeing helpline for people aged 18 and over living in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, is available
Monday-Friday between 9am and 2pm via freephone 0808 808 2121.
The line will support people to manage their wellbeing, provide self-help advice or signpost to other organisations for particular concerns.
7 days a week, between 2pm and 11pm the same number is Lifeline, managed by Lifecraft who provide support for those in mental health distress: 0808 808 2121.
Qwell – an online wellbeing support, including educational and self-help articles and peer-to-peer support via forums. Adults are also able to
receive help from qualified counsellors via drop-in or scheduled online
chat sessions.
Keep Your Head – this website brings together all the mental health
support available across the county – Search for #nowweretalking on Twitter and Facebook.                                  
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