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Coronavirus and your wellbeing

Coronavirus hub

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is affecting all our lives. Many of us are struggling with how it’s affecting ourselves and our loved ones. Those of us already living with mental health problems are facing extra challenges too
Here you’ll find reliable information and tips to help you cope during this time. 

The Mind information link below is to help you cope if:

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Mind information:


Coronavirus and your wellbeing – for young people

Coronavirus and student mental health

Coronavirus, supporting yourself and your team

Coping with going into work during coronavirus

Coronavirus and social care rights

Mask anxiety

Coping as a key worker

Difficult feelings about the coronavirus pandemic

Accessing treatment and support during coronavirus

Coping with mental health problems during the pandemic

Easing of lockdown

Government information

Please ensure you’re following all government guidelines and advice: //

Support for those extremely vulnerable


About our Frontline

A single service to support millions of key workers

Leading mental health organisations have come together to provide, for the first time, a single service to support the millions of key workers who are putting their mental health under pressure as they form our frontline against the coronavirus.

Together, they are providing a round-the-clock service so they can be there for key workers, whenever and wherever they need support with their mental health and emotional wellbeing. By combining services they are able to offer practical, non-judgemental support with problems ranging from feeling overwhelmed or stressed through to coping with the bereavement of a colleague or family member.

This support is important right now. But it will be equally critical in the months ahead, when we want to make sure that we rebuild and recover the mental health of our frontline workers, alongside our economy and communities.

Our Frontline is a partnership between ShoutSamaritansMindHospice UK and The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of CambridgeFind out more about them here, join the social channels below, and see some of the latest updates and real-life stories from Our Frontline.


Financial help and support

Cornwall Council Website:

Citizens Advice: General Advice:Text ADVICE to 78866 Financial Advice: Text DEBT to 78866

An adviser will aim to call you back within 48 hours excluding weekends. Helpline: 03444 111 444 available Monday to Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm


Turn to Us

Providing financial support to help people get back on track. Website:

Entitled to

Specific advice for financial support during Covid-19. Website: