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Welcome to Kensington and Chelsea Mind

Our response to COVID-19

All of us are worried about coronavirus and how it will affect us and those we love. We are still here to support you and to make sure you get the help you need.

 

Supporting Minds has been set up in response to the COVID-19 lockdown.  In March 2020, we suspended our face to face support and consolidated our services under one work team and changed to new ways of working to provide remote mental health support to people through this challenging time. 

 

Read more about Supporting Minds

 

Following the easing of lock down, we are working on our risk assessment and reopening plans to ensure a safety led environment for our service users and staff. We hope that our plans will be signed off by the end of the month and that we can begin to resume some of our activities under strict safety measures. However, this is depended on there not being a significant rise in infection rates and we are monitoring the situation closely. We will have people back into services as soon as it is safe to do so. In the mean time, we will continue to provide remote mental health support alongside our Supporting Minds weekly programme of activities.

 

Our message to everyone is to keep well and to keep safe as we negotiate the next phase into services diligently and safely. 

 

Mind information to help you with COVID-19 and lockdown

 

Mind works to improve the lives of people experiencing mental distress.  We are here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for information and support.

If you are in need of support it is important that you know there are people here to help

 

Following the easing of lock down, we are working on our risk assessment and reopening plans to ensure a safety led environment for our service users and staff.

Read more about our plans to reopen: https://bit.ly/327nbjs

Losing a loved can be emotionally devastating. It may be particularly challenging now because of changes taking place to try & stop the spread of Coronavirus. If you need #advice or #support, we have compiled some information on #bereavement 👉 https://bit.ly/2O6vDYf

"Talking with someone who is actively listening can help a person work out solutions to their problems, or at least feel that they can cope with whatever it is they are going through." https://buff.ly/3f8BgAW @samaritans @happifulhq #TalkToUs #MentalHealth

As lockdown eases in parts of the UK some of us are thinking about returning to things we value for our wellbeing – like outdoors physical activities. Here are some things to bear in mind #WeAreUndefeatable > https://bit.ly/2CQFS0j

Take care & stay safe this weekend.

If you or someone you're concerned about is experiencing a mental health crisis, help is available: https://bit.ly/2yhDoWW

If you need to talk to someone urgently, contact
@samaritans: 116 123

For info on scammers: https://bit.ly/2Tqj90A

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