Health and Wellbeing

Supporting your Health and Wellbeing

The impact of coronavirus on our health and wellbeing

The coronavirus outbreak is affecting the way we live our lives in lots of different ways. It’s natural to feel more worried and anxious about what’s going on and how quickly things are changing. This uncertainty can feel overwhelming and it’s not surprising that this can impact on our mental health and wellbeing. 

It’s clear we’re going to have to learn to do things differently, including understanding our feelings and how to cope with them. To get started, there are a range of support services available to help you get practical advice or find someone to talk to.

Mental Health Support Services in Stockport


Silvercloud offer free online therapy for all Greater Manchester residents aged 18 and over. Find out how to sign up here.

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Taking Care of Yourself

Taking care of yourself and keeping a healthy mind and body during coronavirus (COVID-19) is incredibly important. Life is changing at pace for all of us and, whilst everyone reacts differently, it’s understandable to feel anxious, frustrated, bored or alone.

Remember that it’s okay to feel this way and in time these feelings may pass, but don’t be afraid to ask for help if you’re struggling. To help you stay informed, we’ve produced a range of resources, including practical tips for taking care of your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

Supporting your Health and Wellbeing

There are a range of support services available to help support your health and wellbeing. If you’re looking to access advice, speak to an expert or read up on the latest guidance, here’s where you can go to get the support you need.

Every Mind Matters

Offers expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing during coronavirus and beyond.


Here to support you and to make sure everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

Time to Change

Time to Change is a growing social movement working to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems.

Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is part of the national mental health response during the coronavirus outbreak.

Arrange a Call

Whether you’re concerned about your own mental health and well-being or would like to help a friend or family member, our team of advisors can help. We can talk to you about accessing professional support or where to find advice online, as well as signposting to local support groups and helplines. Click on the ‘Contact’ tab at the top of the page to request a call back, or use the link below to view a full list of the support services available and how to contact them directly.