Mental health and wellbeing support

mental health and wellbeing support

Is the rising cost of living causing you stress?

We're all feeling the impact of the current rise in the cost of living. For many of us, this has become more than a cost-of-living rise- it's become a cost-of-living crisis. No one should have to choose between heating or eating, but this is becoming the daily reality for many.

Money and mental health are often linked- worrying about money can affect your mental health, and poor mental health can make managing your money difficult. Worrying about money may lead to feelings of anxiety, stress, depression, anger.

There are a lot of support services available to help if you're struggling.

Staying Well

ABB Healthier Together - Here to help you and your family stay well. 

The cost of living can take a toll on you and your family. ABB Healthier Together is here for you and your family, with a variety of health and wellbeing advice for parents, young people and pregnant women.

Melo CymruAneurin Bevan University Health Board have developed this website with partners to look after the mental wellbeing of people living and working in Gwent, Melo Cymru

We have gathered the best available free, self-help resources and put them in one place. Here you will find courses, apps, videos, audio, books and websites to further support. All resources are free and in Welsh where available.
The resources will help you develop new skills that will support you when life is difficult.

Public Health Wales - The Public Health Wales campaign called ‘How are you doing?’ aims to support the people of Wales to look after their wellbeing. There is information on:

  • Why is my mental wellbeing important?
  • How to look after your wellbeing
  • How to access support

For information in accessible formats and in multiple languages visit: Staying Well at Home.

MIND - Money and mental health - Poor mental health can make earning and managing money harder. Worrying about money can make your mental health worse. It can start to feel like a vicious cycle.

Find out more about organising your finances, claiming benefits when you have a mental health problem, dealing with services, and looking after your mental health when you’re worried about money on the MIND website.

Mental health and money advice - Go to the Mental health and money advice website for clear, practical advice and support for people experiencing issues with mental health and money.

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