Resources for community groups

Right now, we know that there are many people who may want extra help and need specialist support for their mental health and wellbeing. Here are some sources of support and some useful ways to get support if you are finding it hard.

Finding support for you

Explore free resources, online tools and information to help you look after your mental wellbeing.

Of course, people don’t fit neatly into one label. We all have a multitude of social identities which make us who we are. Unfortunately, overlapping or intersectional identity is more likely to increase someone’s experience of discrimination and marginalization and amplify the negative impact on their wellbeing.

You may be interested in resources for a range of communities, which you may also be part of. Remember, everybody deserves good mental health, and support is available, whatever you are going through.

Life for many LGBTQ+ Londoners has been tough, perhaps locked down with unsympathetic people, the usual support networks closed. If you’re struggling with your mental health, you’re not alone. Help is available.

The past couple of years have been particularly tough for people from racialised communities, with a big impact on people’s wellbeing. If you need extra support, explore a range of resources to help.

Young Londoners have made huge sacrifices during the pandemic. If you need support, there are people who can help. You’re not alone. Find information and support.

Life can feel lonely and difficult for older Londoners. But you don’t need to struggle alone. Help, information and resources are available to improve your wellbeing.

For many parents, the past couple of years have brought stress and uncertainty. But remember, you are not alone. Here’s a range of resources to help you to manage your wellbeing.

Feeling anxious or worried is perfectly normal when times are uncertain. If you need extra help, there’s a range of resources to help you to manage your wellbeing.

Most of us will struggle with our mental health at some point. Don’t be hard on yourself, and don’t suffer alone. Help and support are available with a range of online resources.