Thousands more health and care staff affected by COVID-19 in Greater Manchester will benefit from specialist psychological support
The Greater Manchester Resilience Hub is extending its COVID-19 psychological and emotional wellbeing support to thousands more health and care staff and their families who work and/ or live in Greater Manchester. The service, which is supported and funded by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, was set up in April 2020 in response to COVID-19 and is part of a range of wellbeing and mental health services available to health and care staff across the region.
The Resilience Hub offers a confidential wellbeing questionnaire which can be completed online or over the phone. Everyone who completes the questionnaire will have access to speak to one of the Resilience Hub’s qualified NHS mental health professionals.
The service will be available to all clinical, domestic, administrative and corporate staff working in hospitals, the community, primary care and North West Ambulance Service (all North West Ambulance Service staff who work outside of Greater Manchester are able to contact the Resilience Hub for support); care home and social care staff; as well as health and care staff working for community and voluntary social enterprise organisations in Greater Manchester.