Helpful resources

We’ve compiled a series of helpful digital and downloadable mental health resources which provide information on staying well, suicide prevention and where to find further support.

Useful Tools

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Useful Tools

Create your own safety plan on the Staying Safe website to help keep you safe when experiencing suicidal thoughts.

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Useful Tools

Download and complete your own Wellbeing Plan to help you stay well. This will help you reduce anxiety, connect with others, improve your sleep and more.

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Useful Tools

Read advice about five simple actions you can take to improve wellbeing in your everyday life.

STOP Suicide

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STOP Suicide

For more suicide prevention resources, visit our STOP Suicide campaign website.

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STOP Suicide

Having suicidal thoughts is common and nothing to be ashamed of. You may feel very lonely right now but you are definitely not alone. Read our information on how to stay safe.

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STOP Suicide

An estimated one in five of us will have suicidal thoughts at some point in their life. Prepare yourself to recognise warning signs and have direct conversations about suicide to keep others safe.

Further Support

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Further Support

Experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis? There are people available to help you right now.

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Further Support

For information about young people’s mental health, please visit Young Mind’s website.

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Further Support

For a comprehensive A-Z on mental health problems and related topics, visit national Mind’s information page.

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Further Support

Keep Your Head brings together reliable information on mental health and wellbeing for children, young people and adults across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.