Helping Shape Your Future

Since 1986

Helping Shape Your Future

Since 1986

Mental Health

Please find below an online directory of mental health resources to support learners. This comprehensive online resource has been developed as a follow-up to the research GMLPF undertook and the mental health training that NWCS staff have attended. The online resource covers the following areas:

  • A list of organisations and charities offering support services for a variety of mental health issues
  • A variety of downloadable material including leaflets and information packs about mental health
  • A list of apps to download that offer support for mental health challenges
  • A range of news articles with a focus on mental health
  • A collection of case studies focusing on individuals dealing with mental health challenges

Support Services

Support agencies for those in need of help for mental health, including listening services, charities and government agencies.

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Downloads

A variety of useful tools to support the mental health of learners and staff including leaflets, presentations, guides, workbooks and more.

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Apps

Details of apps to download which offer tools including breathing exercises, relaxation tips and others.

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Articles

A range of news articles with a focus on mental health.

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Case studies

Case studies featuring individuals who have been affected by different types of mental ill health, detailing how they coped and the support they accessed as part of their recovery.

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https://www.gmlpf.net/gmlpf-minds-resources/

If you would like to speak to our safeguarding team about any of the related issues; or if you have any Safeguarding concerns, please contact a member of the team.

Paul Sheron

Paul Sheron

Safeguarding &
Prevent Lead

paul-sheron@nwcsltd.uk
tel: 0151 521 5888
mobile: 07548 840156

Annette Swinnerton

Annette Swinnerton

Deputy Safeguarding Officer /
Mental Health Lead

annette-swinnerton@nwcsltd.uk
tel: 0151 521 5888
mobile: 07821 640 050

Sylvia Jones

Call us now on 0151 521 5888

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