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Face masks and social distancing: Due to the rising prevalence of COVID-19 in our communities, we strongly encourage healthcare staff and visitors to wear a face covering in all of our settings, particularly in clinical areas and those with high footfall. Please exercise a common-sense approach and personal responsibility to help us reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our patients, workforce and services. In addition to wearing a face covering, it is important to continue to maintain social distancing where possible. Thank you for your continued support and co-operation at this time. We continue to regularly review our advice based on prevalence in our communities and our hospitals.

Mental health support during COVID

Close up of smiling woman who has pulled COVID face mask down to her chin.

Lockdown, furlough, shielding, school closures, self isolation and the many other changes to our lives during COVID have understandably had an impact on the mental health and wellbeing of us all.

As a result, some of us will need support from NHS mental health services for the first time and others will need extra help. 

These services have remained available throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, with measures in place to reduce transmission of the virus and keep you, your loved ones and our staff safe.

We have designed these pages as a guide to help you access support for yourself or a loved one if needed, along with some self-help advice and signposting to other services and charities.


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We welcome correspondence and telephone calls in Welsh or English. Welsh language correspondence will be replied to in Welsh, and this will not lead to a delay. This page is available in Welsh by clicking ‘Cymraeg’ at the top right of this page.