Staying mentally well can be very difficult, so if you feel you're struggling with your mental health you can make use of the services below.
They include tips on mental health, activities and direct support lines for someone going through a mental health crisis.
|Support line open 24 hours a day every day.
|Call: 116 123
|Hertfordshire Mind Network
|Face to face and online support through group activities, courses and more.
|Call: 020 3727 3600
|Mind in Mid Herts
|Walking groups in Hitchin and Baldock, one to one counselling and online courses and workshops.
|Call: 03303 208100
|Cruse Bereavement Care Hertfordshire
|Telephone support using their telephone helpline. Open Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm.
|Call: 01707 278389
|Stand By Me
|Bereavement support. Information, advice and support to help children and young people in North Herts and Stevenage to manage their grief.
|Call: 07469 255139
|Free 24/7 confidential anonymous text support service.
|Text 'SHOUT' to 85258
|Just Talk Herts
|Information and signposting to improve the emotional wellbeing of children and young people in Hertfordshire.
|HPFT Single Point of Access
|24/7 mental health helpline for Herts residents of all ages. Support for Herts residents experiencing a mental health crisis, need mental health support or just want to talk to someone.
|Call: 0800 6444 101 or NHS 111 option 2
|HAY South Cambs (Royston only)
|Telephone support lines that can provide information, practical support or just a listening ear. This includes Cambridgeshire's first response service for people experiencing a mental health crisis, with 24/7 access.
|Call 111 and select option 2