The psychological strain of COVID-19 has taken its toll on everyone; the people you know, the people you walk by on the street, the people you care for, your colleagues, your people.
But what about you? You have been working hard through what has been one of the most challenging times in living memory. It’s often been hard to take that time for yourself when there’s so many people who rely on you.
The Lancashire and South Cumbria Resilience Hub is here to help you find what you need, whether you’ve been struggling to get by or you just feel you’ve been feeling under the weather.
The hub is a support system for all healthcare workers, blue light workers, council staff, volunteers, care home staff and all public sector workers, our helpline is open to you and your families.
The Lancashire and South Cumbria Resilience Hub is for public sector workers and volunteers who have worked through the COVID-19 pandemic, just like you, and your family. This includes those who work in the NHS, local councils, ambulance service staff, care home workers, those working in social care and community workers. We are hoping that the Hub will eventually be able to operate as a resource for everyone who has felt the psychological strain of Covid-19.
If you feel that you’ve been struggling with your mental health through Covid-19, whether the feeling was fleeting or a constant struggle, please get in touch so we can help you get back on track.
We are here just for you.
You can call the Lancashire and South Cumbria Resilience Hub on 01772 520228 or you can email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in crisis right now, please contact your GP practices or the Mental Health Urgent Response Line (0800 953 0110).