Useful resources

Links to information and resources to support and inform anyone affected by mental health problems or dementia, and those who care for them.

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Mental health resources

Links to useful resources, including: different types of mental health conditions; supporting someone struggling with their mental health; supportive online communities.

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Dementia resources

Resources for people living with dementia, and those who care for them. Includes links to how to get a dementia diagnosis and guidance in multiple languages.

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Young people’s mental health

Whatever our age, everyone can experience mental health struggles. It’s important to reach out if you feel overwhelmed.

Here you can find more details of who can help you and how to get in touch.

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Cost of living support

Find out what help is available locally to support you through the cost of living crisis.

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5 ways to wellbeing

You know that you should eat 5 portions of fruit and veg a day, but did you know that there are 5 ways to take care of your mental health each day?

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Finding culturally sensitive mental health support

If you experience racism as a  person of colour, it can leave you feeling unsafe, unwelcome, and like you don’t have a fair chance of succeeding. If you’re finding things tough, we want you to know you’re not alone.

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Nature and Mental Health

Being in nature can have a hugely positive impact on your mental health. Get our guide to the glorious green spaces to enjoy in Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich, plus tips to help you make the most of the natural world and our nature photography celebration.

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Talking Tips: How to talk to a loved one about their mental health

Speaking to a loved one who’s struggling can feel daunting, but being a willing pair of ears can really help to show we care.

We’ve gathered some tips to help you navigate talking to someone you know about their mental health.