Please note this page is for the public. Mental Health and Psychological Wellbeing Support for Staff can be found here.
If you are worried that you may have contracted COVID-19, you can check your symptoms at NHS Inform COVID-19 information. There is also some useful self-help resources for COVID-19 and Mental health available on NHS Inform Mental Health Information. You can also call the NHS24 Helpline on 111 or Breathing Space on 0800 83 85 87.
There will be lots of us who are having difficulties with housing, employment, money, or the wellbeing of our loved ones and you can contact the Grampian Coronavirus Assistance Hub on 0808 1963384 for a range of support. This service is available Mon to Fri 8am – 8pm and Sat to Sun 10am – 2pm.
Who Cares? Scotland have set up a 7 day helpline to support Care Experienced people during Covid-19. The Helpline is open from 10-6 Monday to Friday and 10-4 Saturday and Sunday. The numbers are 07756 047389 or 07545 337152. An experienced member of our team will take the call as a first responder and then provide immediate support or pass information on to our local team to provide additional/ongoing support. More information can be found on the Who Cares? Website.
It’s likely that anyone may understandably experience emotional distress, or feelings of hopelessness. It is also possible that some people might feel depressed or low, or that it’s all getting too much. We recognise that other types of dedicated support will be needed in these kind of scenarios so with that in mind we have set up the Grampian Psychological Resilience Hub for additional support with your own mental health and the mental health of a family member.
To find out more about the Grampian Psychological Resilience Hub and completed a Self-Referral Form click on the link below: