UK COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan

This plan for 2021 to 2022 sets out the UK’s most ambitious cross-government, whole-person approach to date to promote good mental health and support people living with mental illness to recover and live well. It builds on collaboration during the pandemic across government departments, health and care organisations, local government, and voluntary, community and private sector organisations to prevent and mitigate some of the most pressing impacts of COVID-19 on the nation’s mental health and wellbeing and support people who are struggling.

While this plan sets out what government will do in the coming year, it is also a call to action for the whole of society, for local communities, families and for individuals, who can take simple steps to look after their own wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around them, and can reach out for support, including from mental health services when necessary. This plan should be delivered with the same spirit of ambition, creativity, compassion and collective effort that has characterised the nation’s response to the pandemic’s threat.

Find the action plan here.

Governmental / Institutional / Public Health Statutory Body Document, Policy & Policy Analysis
Communicable diseases, Governance, Health in All Policies, Economy of Wellbeing, Health Impact Assessment, sustainable development, Mental health, addiction
United Kingdom

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