We’re here to make sure everyone with a mental health problem gets the support they need to recover.  


Are you feeling suicidal?

If you’re feeling suicidal you’re not alone. Many people think about suicide at some point in their lifetime. Help is at hand.

If you are in crisis, click here.

To find out how to cope with suicidal feelings, click here.



Black History Month 

Please join us throughout October to celebrate Black History Month. This year, more than ever, it is important that we share and learn stories about black history, culture and experiences to influence change for today and tomorrow.

Our dedicated events are free and open to everyone across London.

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We need your support

Everyone’s mental health goes up and down. We work across London to support children, young people and adults to get well and stay well. Our work is particularly important right now. An increasing number of people are reaching out for support for the first time or needing more support as part of their on-going recovery programme. Please support our vital work and help make sure we can keep support everyone who needs help.


Managing anxiety with exercise

Exercise is great for our mental health and there are plenty of ways we can continue to do this, even in isolation.

Being physically active tends to be easier if you choose an activity that you enjoy, and that fits into your daily life. If you force yourself to do something you don’t enjoy, you’re much less likely to keep it going and experience benefits to your mental health.

If you think you might find it hard to get going watch this film and check out this link.

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