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Several mental health charities have joined together for the first time to provide round the clock support for key workers.
Leading mental health charities are uniting to provide round the clock mental health support to those working on the frontline against the Coronavirus.
Mind, Samaritans, Shout, Hospice UK and The Royal Foundation have launched Our Frontline, a combination of 1-2-1 support and online resources for NHS workers, carers, the Blue Light emergency services and key workers.
At a time when face to face contact is limited, Our Frontline, ourfrontline.org, brings together a number of services to provide important workers with round the clock 1-2-1 support. Frontline staff and keyworkers can call or text a trained volunteer and access specially developed online resources, toolkits and advice to support their mental health and emotional wellbeing during the pandemic.
Mind, Samaritans, Shout and Hospice UK will be working with employers, charities and representative groups to support key workers now and during the months ahead to rebuild the mental health of frontline workers.