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Mental health support from Kooth and Qwell

Mental health support from Kooth and Qwell

DID YOU KNOW? According to Stonewall, half of LGBTQIA+ people (52%) said they’ve experienced depression in the last year.

Free instant access digital mental health support is now available across Greater Manchester for everyone aged 10+. These services provide free, safe and anonymous online mental health support whenever you need it.

There are no waiting lists for support and no referral needed. Access to these platforms is available instantly 24/7. 

Go to Kooth.com (10-25 yrs) or Qwell.io (26+yrs) to get started today.

Support available includes:

- Live chat or messaging with qualified mental health professionals

- Self help tools and activities

- Online community

Live chat available from: 

Monday to Friday: 12pm - 10pm 

Saturday and Sunday 6pm - 10pm

Published: 26-Apr-2022

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