Mental Health Resources

S4C Cymorth has alot of useful resources, and here are just some of them to help with your mental health.

  • Tir Dewi

    Tir Dewi helps to support farmers and their families, by trying to sort out any worries and work out solutions to problems, however big or small.

    0800 121 4722 Bilingual helpline open between 7pm and 10pm


  • The DPJ Foundation

    Counselling and training aimed at supporting the mental health of farmers and people work in rural communities.

    0800 587 4262 or text 07860 048799


  • Shout

    Mental health support for everybody, 24/7.

    Text: 85258


  • Mind Cymru

    Bilingual advice and support to empower anyone with a mental health problem, but with good, clear advice on a range of subjects, including around COVID-19.


  • Hillsborough Survivors Support Alliance

    Help and support for those who've suffered because of the Hillsborough disaster.


  • Anxiety UK

    A charity which supports and gives information to those living with anxiety.

    03444 775 774


  • Meic

    Bilingual helpline and online service about any subject, if you're between 0 and 25.

  • Head Above The Waves

    A Wales based non-profit organisation which raises awareness of depression and self-harm in young people. They offer workshops and resources, some bilingually, as well as signposting to sources of support.


  • Meddwl.org

    A comprehensive Welsh-language site which offers articles, links and supportive information for those who are living with mental health issues.


  • CALM - Campaign Against Living Miserably

    Help and support from a charity which seek to help young men who feel depressed or suicidal. Suicide is the main cause of death for men under 45 in the UK.

    0800 585858


  • YoungMinds

    Lot of useful information to help with your emotional life and mental health, if you're a young person. Also, help if you're a parent or carer wanting to understand more.


  • Saneline

    SANE runs a national, out-of-hours mental health helpline offering specialist emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental illness, including family, friends and carers. They also have a comprehensive website offering advice around mental well-being. They are open every day of the year from 4:30pm to 10:30pm.

    0300 304 7000


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