Mental Wellbeing and Health Support
Having trouble sleeping? Feeling tired all the time? Worried about things? Feeling that you can’t cope? Generally feeling miserable or upset? Eating / drinking more or less than usual?
If any of these (or other similar issues) apply to you, you may benefit from support sessions from a qualified therapist who can help you with issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, addiction or PTSD. We offer applicants a series of up to ten support sessions with a qualified therapist. Please note that this is not a financial grant, The Care Workers’ Charity will pay the service provider (Red Umbrella) directly for your sessions.
If you feel you would benefit from some support, or if you’re on a long waiting list for support to deal with issues such as these, or have previously had support but feel you would benefit from some more sessions, please visit our Mental Wellbeing and Health Support Page for more information and to see whether you meet your eligibility requirements.
You need to be currently employed in the care sector.
1. Confirmation from your HR Manager that you are employed in the care sector. Please also be reassured: we will be contacting your HR Manager in order to verify that you are employed in the care sector. We will not be telling them you are applying for mental health support, but only that you have applied to us for a grant. The letter we will be sending to your HR manager is below:
2. A letter of support from your GP, mental health support service or regulated professional (such as a social worker, or CPN or similar; they will need to confirm that you would benefit from support with your mental health and that this programme would be beneficial to you.