LifeHacks to Ease the Mind

Home » Latest News » LifeHacks to Ease the Mind
Life hacks

The Little books of Mental Health LifeHacks are practical guides packed with ideas and links to support mental health.

The booklets, funded by Somerset County Council Public Health, were created by Somerset Young Mental Health Champions, a group of young people who came together as a result of their work on local mental health forums and with other settings. They found that positive mental health is something you can DO, not something you HAVE.

Little Book of Mental Health LifeHacks download.

Little Book of Mental Health LifeHacks to support a friend

The whole Little Book of Mental Health LifeHacks resources can be viewed on the Somerset LifeHacks website and includes access to promotional posters and postcards which people can collect to display in relevant Somerset settings.

More news from Curry Rivel

GWR_map_Somerset
: Thu 26 Nov 9:00am

Chancellor Agrees £50K Funding as Part of the 2020 Spending Review's "Restoring Your Railways New Ideas" FundAfter more than seven years campaigning for a new railway station to be re-opened in the Somerton and Langport area, David Warburton MP for Somerton & Frome has triumphed in today's Spending Review, which confirmed an immediate release of £50,000...

TG: Wed 25 Nov 9:06am

Funding support is available to businesses in South Somerset due to the national lockdown restrictions that came into effect from Thursday 5th November.South Somerset District Council are administering two schemes:Local Restriction Support GrantEligible businesses are now able to apply for a business support grant under the Local Restriction Support Grant scheme. Grants are available of...

In it together Covid`9
TG: Tue 24 Nov

Everyone can catch it, anyone can spread itTesting and cases: We are seeing a general trend of increased transmission in Somerset, across all age groups and within all districts. There have been several incidents and outbreaks in our care homes and schools however whilst the virus is circulating in the community at higher levels, we can generally expect to see cases in these settings...