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Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

This year's theme is kindness. Share a smile or do a good deed for a perfect stranger or someone you know and watch it flourish as kindness grows.

Active Mindfulness

Find your happy place with loads of great hints and tips for staying relaxed, invigorated and stimulated.

Sleepio | Better Sleep

Improve your sleeping with expert help. Free for CSSC members.

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Daylight | Help & Advice

Perfect for if you’re dealing with anxiety. Free for CSSC members.

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Mental Wellbeing

Find your inner calm and unlock some harmonious serenity.

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Kindness Cards

Send a note to someone to let them know that you are thinking about them.

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Positive Affirmation

We've compiled our favourite quotes on benevolence, compassion and generosity.

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Kindness and Resilience webinars

FREE help and advice webinars for current, former, and retired civil servants and their dependents!

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Living with a Black Dog

A personal insight into living with depression.

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Hints & Tips

Top tips on managing your mental health during periods of isolation.

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Working from home

It’s been two months since lockdown began and time can fly without a usual workday routine.

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It's okay to not be okay

Time to talk


When you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information is vital. Why not take a look at their guides, helplines and online community.

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The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. If you need someone to talk to they have a helpline and a webchat.

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Young Minds

Whether you're a young person who needs someone to talk to or a parent that's worried about their child, Young Minds can help. You can follow their blog posts or check out their other online resources.

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