Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources/Signposting

The change in our lives during the last few weeks is likely to be having a big impact on us and our mental health. At Horsham & Crawley Counselling Group we are still open; we are taking new referrals and are running assessment and counselling sessions; all remotely through phone or video.

It might feel like we have no control, but there are actually a lot of things we can do to help manage the situation and our wellbeing. We want to share with you some useful resources around coping with Coronavirus; the impacts on our mental health, finances, relationships, work, etc. And to signpost you to tips on how to look after yourself during this crisis.


Mental Health

Mental Health Foundation –

Mind –

Blurt it Out –


App for sleep, anxiety and stress –



GP – call your GP surgery

Sussex Mental Healthline – 0300 5000 101

Samaritans – 116 123

SHOUT – Text Shout to 85258

Mind Infoline – 0300 123 3393



Talking to your children about coronavirus –

Parent Club –


Anna Freud Centre –

Parentkind –

Young Minds –

Resources to support children –



Tips for staying at home –

Relaxation/breathing techniques –

Royal College of Psychiatrists –

Nutritionist Resource –

NHS Sleep –

Mindfulness –

Sleep Foundation –


Keeping Active

The Body Coach (Joe Wicks) –

Sport England –

Yoga with Adriene –

Gym apps/home workouts –


Financial/Work Worries

The Money Advice Service –

National Debtline –

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) –

Citizens Advice –

Money Saving Expert –


Domestic Abuse

Government guidance –

National Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0808 2000 247

Women’s Aid –

Men’s Advice Line – 0808 8010 327



Latest Guidance


UK Government –

World Health Organisation –