NHS 'Open for business' mental health materials - updated 10.07.2020
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a decrease in people accessing NHS services for a range of conditions and health matters that are not related to coronavirus.
It is important that people experiencing any mental health issues should get in contact with their GP, key worker (if they have one), their local urgent support offer or NHS 111 - all are still here to help. This is a difficult time for many of us and it’s important that people get the support they need.
The NHS ‘Open for business’ campaign has been created to help address this issue by giving people permission to access NHS services and reassuring them that they won’t be a burden on the NHS. The campaign title ‘open for business’ is not used within the campaign messages.
The materials in this folder relate to mental health, and materials relating to other phases of the campaign can be found here.
The aim of the NHS ‘Open for business’ campaign is to increase the number of people accessing NHS services for non-coronavirus medical issues when they have a medical need or have been instructed to.
Resources for download include:
Materials relating to the overarching campaign can be found here.
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