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We are the face of support

Published: 23 September 2021

Are you feeling down, worried, or anxious? asking for support is a sign of strength

It's been a time like no other. World Mental Health Awareness Day, marked on October 10, is a chance to think about where we are with our own mental wellbeing, how to recognise the signs that we may need some support and how we can tap into the help that's out there.

We all have worries and, from time to time, may feel sad or anxious. Sometimes our mood can persist or prevent us doing the things we want or need to do.

Whatever your situation, there's support to help you cope.

It may be you're looking for self-help tips to feel better and stay that way, or it may be that you could benefit from some outside support to improve your mental health. Surrey has a range of free and confidential services which can be face-to-face, online, over the phone or in support groups, whatever works for you.

The advice and support available, depending on how you're feeling, is explained in more detail on the Healthy Surrey website - - whether it's needed for you, a child, a family member or friend, or you can contact your GP for advice.

Please don't delay – support is here for you

Mental wellbeing - Healthy Surrey

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