If you are struggling with your mental health help is available

Alert message sent 18/05/2020 12:38:00

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Good afternoon,

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week.

We know the past few months have been difficult for everyone.

Over the past two months, it has been the simple acts of kindness made my members of the public that have inspired us all. From the handmade cards of thanks dropped off at stations for our officers and staff, to the national stories including that of Captain Tom Moore who raised millions for the NHS. Kindness strengthens relationships, develops community and deepens solidarity.

And so this year, the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is #KindnessMatters.

What may seem like a small gesture to you, could have a really positive impact on someone who may be struggling with their mental health.

If you feel that you are struggling, it is important to know that help and support remains available for you during these difficult times and you are not alone.

A directory of services and organisations which can help can be found here: https://horizon.wiltshire.police.uk/article/1231/Mental-Health

Thank you.

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Katie Bond (Police, Media Officer, Wiltshire)

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