A north-east local authority is encouraging residents to check on their neighbours over the winter period.
Three-quarters of UK adults who have received charity help this year have become dependent on regular support, research suggests.
We know that bullying can have a huge impact on children and young people’s mental and physical wellbeing. It can leave them with feelings of depression and anxiety, cause them to socially withdraw, and even lead them to have suicidal thoughts.
For many young people, receiving exam results can be a stressful time.
Looking after children can be hard at the best of times, and even more so at the moment as people feel the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on their lives.
Aberdeen City Council has helped almost 10,500 vulnerable local people through their crisis telephone line since the pandemic started.
Diversity is key for the charity, with volunteers needed from different backgrounds to better understand the circumstances of people who contact them.
It appears humans and bonobos share an unlikely trait in common: the desire to help others without being asked.
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Time to Change research has revealed that calls about anxiety or panic attacks currently account for around one in six of all calls that the mental health charity Mind receives.