Coping with going into work during COVID-19 coronavirus
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Coping with going into work during COVID-19 coronavirus

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Mind believe everyone with a mental health problem should be able to access excellent care and services.

Mind also believe you should be treated fairly, positively and with respect.

Local Minds

Local Minds provide help and support directly to those who need it most. There's a network of around 125 local Minds across England and Wales that offer specialised support and care based on the needs of the communities they support.

 

This page gives tips for taking care of your mental health and wellbeing, help with understanding difficult feelings, and ways to find support if you are going into work during the coronavirus outbreak.

It's likely that we'll be working from home for longer periods of time to help keep us all safe during the coronavirus outbreak.

Mind explores some of the worries and difficulties you might experience due to the coronavirus pandemic, and some ways to ensure your mental health is protected.

Emergency services staff and volunteers are more at risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than the general population.

 

Mind Mental Health At Work

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