MindWell’s new crisis resources in the news on World Mental Health Day

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City-wide interest in the launch of MindWell‘s new crisis and suicide prevention resources led to the website having its highest ever number of user sessions on World Mental Health Day last week.

The new crisis resource was produced in partnership with Healthwatch Leeds and is now available to download at: www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk/help

It can quickly help guide someone in crisis through the different kinds of support available including third sector support, telephone helplines and NHS services. The new resource was profiled in the Yorkshire Evening Post’s World Mental Health Day special

For World Mental Health Day, the website also launched new information that can help someone have a conversation with a friend or relative who might be struggling or support someone who is in crisis, or, may be having suicidal thoughts: www.mindwell-leeds.org.uk/worried

These new resources were promoted by Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service on Look North in their top news item marking World Mental Health Day.

The MindWell team were also busy promoting the new resources at 6 different wellbeing events in the city and also achieved 23,000 impressions on Twitter in one day!

MindWell is the mental health website for people in Leeds and was comissioned by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as the ‘go to’ place for mental health. information in the city.

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2019-10-21T12:30:48+00:00 14th October 2019|0 Comments

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