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All About You

Right now, how are you feeling?


How are you feeling? And that’s not just meaningless words, we’re asking because we do care and recognise that Covid-19 has affected us all and in so many different ways.

It can be hard to admit the huge effect this year has had on us mentally as well as socially and economically. Perhaps you feel you can’t cope or see a way forward, let alone plan confidently for a positive future for yourself and your family. 


You aren’t alone. Many of us are feeling scared, confused, overwhelmed and isolated. But help is out there and admitting you need it and reaching out to someone is the first step to getting things back on a positive track.

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Taking your first steps to feel motivated again 

We know that many individuals and communities across Plymouth will have been hit by the threat or are facing the reality of redundancies, being furloughed and general uncertainty about the future. Be reassured that our city has plans underway to get its people and businesses back on their feet, investing heavily to create and protect jobs.   

Before we can build a thriving local economy, we need to ensure the positive mental wellbeing of our people and that they feel ready and safe to play their part, moving forwards. 

If you feel you need support with your mental health and wellbeing before getting to grips with getting on with your life Skills Launchpad Plymouth can help. Locally and nationally there are some amazing organisations dealing with just the sort of issues you may be experiencing. 

And remember you are not alone, real help is out there, you just need to reach out and take it…. 

Mental Health and Well-Being Support Services available include:


Community-based directory where you can access details of local services through the Mental Health Directory.

Plymouth Well-Being Hubs

Based throughout Plymouth, the Wellbeing Hubs make it easier for you to access information, health and community services in your local community.

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Mind, the mental health charity

We are here to help you manage your mental health as well as providing resources during the Covid-19 lockdown.

NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing

If you're feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, or just want to feel happier, we're here to help.

Facing financial problems, concerned about accommodation issues? 


Whether you’re single or have a family, whatever your personal circumstances, you may be facing problems now that you never expected, like how you’re going to pay the mortgage or rent, put food on the table or pay off mounting bills. Worrying issues that can severely affect your ability to get back on your feet and ready to start working again. 

With the right advice and guidance, you can overcome these daunting obstacles and help is on hand locally to guide you through these challenging times.

Our city is home to a brilliant collection of organisations that can help you cope with the overwhelming concerns you might have at the moment, with support for people with disabilities and long term health issues. 

Get things back on track, starting here… 

Money and Benefits advice services available include:


Community-based directory where you can access details of local services through the Money and Benefits Directory, including help for budgeting, debt, housing benefits, council tax support and benefit payments.

Citizens Advice Plymouth 

This service helps people to resolve their problems. We can help with any issue, from anyone, spanning debt and employment to consumer and housing plus everything in between. 

Improving Lives Plymouth 

We run information, advice and support services for people with disabilities and long-term health conditions.  

Rethink Mental Illness

Living with a mental health condition can make managing money and securing work more difficult. Help with money, benefits and employment can be accessed here

What's next?