Resources for your mental wellbeing

Please note: If you need urgent help, phone the NHS 111 team or NHS Oxleas urgent advice line on 0800 3308590. Call 999 if you are worried about immediate risk of harm to self or others.


Download factsheets on sleep, depression and work, anxiety and local counselling services.

Keeping Well in Winter 2023-2024 - Written by our partner charity South East London Mind (formerly Bromley Lewisham and Greenwich Mind) to support your mental wellbeing in winter and over the Christmas period.

Bromley Recovery Works offers a range of free opportunities to help adults who are recovering from mental health problems.

National charity Mind for information and support for your mental wellbeing.

NHS Directory of Support for Mental Wellbeing - whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, find out how you can get help from a mental health charity or organisation.

NHS 5 steps to mental wellbeing - Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life. 

NHS approved Apps to help with your mental wellbeing. There are lots of NHS approved Apps available, many for free. For students check the Student Health App which is free to download.

Doctors of the World, in partnership with Thrive LDN, has produced wellbeing guidance to support migrant communities.  Check their translations on different health topics here and for mental wellbeing the  “Six ways to improve your wellbeing”.

Thrive London is packed with resources to help promote positive mental wellbeing for individuals and for those wanting to find out how to support others.

Age UK have information and support if you have a dementia diagnosis.

Independent Age have loads of support and information on their website on mental health for older people.