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People in Liverpool urged to be ‘Kind to Your Mind’

A new campaign launches urging people in Liverpool to be ‘Kind to Your Mind’ during the coronavirus outbreak.

Kind to your Mind, led by Cheshire & Merseyside Health & Care Partnership, has been launched that aims to support the mental wellbeing of people living and working across the region.

The campaign also sees the launch of the new ALMA wellbeing online portal that has a suite of mental and physical wellbeing resources that has been exclusively developed for people in Merseyside and Cheshire.

To visit ALMA and to find plenty of other resources visit www.kindtoyourmind.org

The campaign launched on Monday 13 April and will run for six weeks.

A new podcast series covering topics such as building resilience, mental health, nutrition, physical activity and sleep will also be released from Monday 20 April.

Mersey Care NHS Trust has also launched a 24-hour helpline to support mental health assessments away from emergency services.

Members of the public who have urgent mental health needs who would otherwise have presented at accident and emergency can call 0151 330 7332. The line is open 24/7.

About Kind To Your Mind

Right now being Kind to Your Mind has never been so important. In these challenging and unusual times, it’s understandable if you are experiencing a sense of stress or anxiety, maybe eating more, struggling to sleep, drinking excess alcohol or lacking motivation. Just remember to Be Kind to Your Mind and your body during this time.

At Kind to Your Mind you will find a range of useful resources to help you through. If you are looking for tips, advice, apps or even online courses to help with your mental wellbeing – there is something for you!

Please visit www.kindtoyourmind.org for more information and support.

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