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Support Mental Health with CARE: Effective Stress Management

Updated: May 9, 2023

At CARE, we understand the importance of prioritising our mental health and well-being. In today's fast-paced and demanding world, stress has become a common issue that affects many people. It can have a negative impact on both our mental and physical health, if we leave these issues unattended for too long the problems can appear harder to tackle. But this is where CARE can help.


We offer a 1:1 community support and drop in service to take the weight off of you and your problems. Our team of experienced professionals are dedicated to providing personalised support and guidance to help individuals overcome challenges and crisis. We support people in the following areas (including but not restricted to):


  • Preventing Homelessness - Tenancy sustainment, sourcing and accessing housing, repairs, relationship breakdown, domestic violence, rent and benefits.


  • Improving Health & Wellbeing - Accessing health services, alcohol & substance dependency, gambling addiction, mental health and physical health.


  • Increasing Confidence - Attending places, emotional support, improving relationships, advocacy, volunteering, employment, education and future aspirations.


  • Maximising Income - Benefits, debt, budgeting, DWP medical assessments and appeals/tribunals.


  • Improving Life Skills - Reading letters and understanding, managing and paying utilities, attending appointments and accessing other agencies.


  • Access to Basic Needs - Food, utilities and furniture.



At CARE, we're committed to providing the best possible care and support to those in need. If you're struggling with stress or other mental health issues, please don't hesitate to contact us to learn more about our support services and how we can assist you in managing stress and improving your mental health. Remember, managing stress is a personal journey, and finding what works best for you is key to promoting a sense of well-being.


Sometimes talking about what's causing stress can help alleviate it. It can be helpful to speak with a friend, family member, a mental health professional or support agency like CARE, for support. Seeking professional help can provide additional strategies for managing stress and offer extra support when needed.


You are not alone in your challenges and you do not need to suffer alone. Speak out, reach out and remember we CARE.


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