There are times in our lives which we find more difficult than others. It is important to seek help and advice when you are experiencing difficult situations.
Courses and resources to aid you in your post-COVID recovery.Learn more ➝
A natural stage in a woman’s life, usually around age 50 when periods stop. This can affect your physical and mental wellbeing.Learn more ➝
A range of agencies and resources that can help you manage and resolve money-related worries and help with the cost of living crisis.Learn more ➝
A brief introduction to managing your chronic pain or illness and details of where you can find more information and get support.Learn more ➝
Becoming or being a parent can be challenging and may affect your mental wellbeing. If you are worried about yourself or about a child in your care, then it is important to reach out for help.Learn more ➝
Being pregnant is a big life event and can be an emotional time. If you are experiencing a low mood or feeling depressed then it is important to reach out for help.Learn more ➝
Self-harm is an act which is intended to cause injury to oneself but is not intended to result in death. It is often a physical response to coping with mental pain. Support is available for anyone who self-harms or has thoughts of self-harm, as well as for friends and family.Learn more ➝
Being a student can be a challenging time for young people. The pandemic has negatively impacted on so many students’ mental health and wellbeing. The current financial situation isn’t helping either. Melo can provide general information and advice about mental health and wellbeing.Learn more ➝
The following information may help if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts; or if you know someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts. It has ideas to help people stay safe and where to go for support.Learn more ➝
Our goal is to provide you with approved information, advice, free resources and courses to help you look after your own mental health and wellbeing. Melo is a website and not a mental health service. We are therefore not able to provide individual advice or support.
If you do need advice or support for your mental health then contact one of the helplines listed on our website.
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Help and support for specific emotional states, feelings and mental health conditions.
Helping you look after your physical and mental health and wellbeing day to day.
Help looking after your mental wellbeing when you are experiencing difficult situations or times in your life.