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The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to have and has had a profound impact on our entire communities, non-more so than our health and care key workers.
Staff have faced a great deal of uncertainty, anxiety and pressure to respond in often difficult circumstances, as well as carry the emotional load for themselves, their families and those they care for.
Your emotional and mental wellbeing is extremely important to us and we have been working as a health and care system to ensure that you have dedicated support available during these challenging times.
We have been able to bring together a number of resources that can support you with your emotional wellbeing, as well as a dedicated wellbeing helpline when you just need to talk.
Take the time to read through all the options available to you and remember you are not alone.
We are here to support you, just reach out and ask.
You can also refer directly to us for more individualised support and to receive priority access to our talking therapies service using the 'refer now' button below.
None of the services mentioned are an emergency service.
If you need immediate help please contact your GP or out of hours service.
Alternative support services are detailed on our need help now pages
Download our guide on supporting Lincolnshire's health and care staff through COVID-19 by using this link