Tackling loneliness and distress during lockdown

As social isolation continues during the Coronavirus lockdown health officials want to encourage people across Teesside to seek help if they are feeling lonely or distressed.  There is a range of support available both nationally and locally but people often don’t know where or how to find it.

‘Psychological wellbeing and talking therapies are available to support people who are experiencing depression, stress, anxiety. They are a proven, effective way of helping people cope with emotional and mental health problems. We would encourage you to speak to your GP or nurse or contact IMPACT if you feel you need help at this time, you can call IMPACT on  01642 573924 or you can email enquiries@impactonteesside.com

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