At this worrying time it is important to look after yourself
• Try not to bottle up your feelings, chat with friends or someone you trust – they may be having the same problems as you.

• Stress and anxiety for some people can lead to depression and panic attacks so do talk with your GP.

• Try and get some control of your finance talk to some of the organisations in the leaflet about benefits, grants and other support.

Local resources:
Thinkers (Anxiety Café)
– Are you living with anxiety? Join the cafe each week as they explore what impact this has and how to take small steps towards living more freely. Fridays 12.30pm to 2pm at the Riverside Centre (near the Manor House).

Men’s Shed
A Men’s Shed takes place at the Strand Centre (access via the Hall) Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11am to 2pm and is free.

Welcoming Warm Spaces
Why not visit the locations listed locally as welcoming warm spaces?

Dawlish Community Transport
Dawlish Community Transport offer ring and ride trips out at low cost. Why not see visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/DawlishCommunityTransport or visit their website or give them a call on 01626 888890

Not sure who to call if you are worried about someone?
Dawlish Town Council has produced a Do you need help leaflet? It is a self-help tool if someone is concerned about someone else’s mental wellbeing, they can easily see helplines to call.
https://www.dawlish.gov.uk/do-you-need-help/