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Mental health support services

The implications of cost-of-living crisis on people’s mental health is far reaching and broad. During these difficult times, help is available for people who need it, not just financially but with their mental health and wellbeing as well. Below is a list of services which may serve as a lifeline for people struggling during this crisis. 

For a detailed list of mental health services available, visit Waverley's Mental Health Support webpage.

The NHS has a range of services available for people in need of mental health services ranging from urgent help and psychological therapies to self-help. These services are accessible to anyone in the UK and can be accessed by visiting: Mental health - NHS ( 

Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing mental health problems. They offer emergency advice and crisis resources and empowerment through their Infoline and Legal Line services. If you need help visit the Mind website  

Samaritans offer a round the clock helpline for anyone struggling with mental health issues or suicidal thoughts. In the wake of the cost of living crisis after the pandemic, the number of calls received by Samaritans has drastically increased. If you are struggling, please do not hesitate to contact their service immediately either by phone, email or by letter by visiting: Contact Us | Samaritans