Shropshire Council

Online resources and information for self-care and keeping mentally well

Sources of local mental health and wellbeing support

This new resource contains lots of useful local and national contacts to support mental health and wellbeing including; supported employment, support for people with health and social care needs, support for sexual abuse, support for family and unpaid carers and support for children and young people.

Read the first point of contact support for mental health and related risks in Shropshire booklet.

Together All

TogetherAll is an online community for any Shropshire resident aged 16 and above for people who are stressed, anxious or feeling low. The service has an active forum with round-the-clock support from trained professionals. You can talk anonymously and confidentially to other members.

  • TogetherAll is for anyone aged 16 or over who wants to improve their mental health.
  • The TogetherAll community is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly.
  • Express your feelings by creating a Brick using words, pictures and images and add it to the community Wall.
  • Take online tests to measure your anxiety or depression levels to set goals and track your progress.
  • Register for free self-guided online courses covering topics such as sleep problems, stopping smoking, stress & worry, social anxiety and anger management.

Live well with Shropshire Libraries

For further information on how books found in your local library can support you with mental health conditions, visit our health and wellbeing page.

NHS Shropshire Telford and Wrekin: Guide to Mental Health Services

An overview of the mental health support available via the NHS across Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin.

Every mind matters

Every Mind Matters - NHS - including the free NHS approved Mind Plan and advice for those facing mental health problems. The aim of Every Mind Matters is to give people the skills and confidence to support our own and each other’s mental health and suggest what we should do if we have mental health problems.