Workplace Wellbeing

Find resources to support mental health at work.

Able Futures helps people aged 16+ manage their mental health at work. They can provide nine months mental health specialist advice and guidance or work with employers to make adjustments to help your mental health at work. Call Able Futures free 0800 321 3137 from 8am to 10:30pm, Monday to Friday.

Wellness Action Plans provide individual guides for employees, line managers and people working from home.

How to support mental health at work guide from the Mental Health Foundation.

Business in the Community (BITC) has a Mental Health for Employers Toolkit, a Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Employers and a Postvention Toolkit for Employers.

CIPD wellbeing resources including a compassionate bereavement support guide and mental wellbeing at work factsheets

What Works Wellbeing offers advice about employee wellbeing.

Working Minds, created by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), brings together a range of tools and support to help businesses and workers understand the best ways to prevent work related stress and encourage good mental health.

The hub is a place where health and care staff across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight can access, free, safe and confidential support.

Blue Light Together is for UK emergency services staff, volunteers, retirees and friends and family to find information, ideas and mental health support.

Lighthouse Club is a construction industry charity providing emotional, physical and financial wellbeing support to construction workers and their families. 24/7 helpline 0345 605 1956 or download their App.

Hospitality Action offers a hub of wellbeing support and a 24/7 helpline 0808 802 0282.

The Farming Community Network offer the Farming Help helpline 03000 111 999 7am to 11pm every day of the year. They can help with stress, depression, isolation, long term illness, accidents, substance misuse. They also run the Farm Well online hub.

Rural Wellbeing and Farming Support Contacts Guide is a list of useful contacts for rural wellbeing voluntary advice and support agencies, and regulatory bodies.