The Occupational Health Psychological Therapies Service (OHPTS)
This confidential service has been developed to respond to the emotional needs of staff at this time. It is available to all health and social care staff across Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
The line is staffed by members of the Occupational Health Psychological Therapies Service (OHPTS) and offers emotional and psychological support. They particularly recognise that it is okay not to feel okay at this time. Worry, stress, anger and/or sadness are all to be expected.
Call: 0141 277 7623
Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
National Wellbeing Hub for people working in Health and Social Care
A new national digital wellbeing hub has been created to enable staff, carers, volunteers and their families to access relevant support when they need it, and provides a range of self-care and wellbeing resources designed to aid resilience as the whole workforce responds to the impact of COVID-19. This includes the NHS 24 national help line number for NHS staff 08001114191
Access to advice on looking after your mental wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic, and self-help guides on a variety of mental health problems and disorders including anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
This website from NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde provides advice, and information, on mental health conditions - about how you can support yourself or the people you care for, the services available for you and the range of interventions you may participate in.
Further resources to support staff health and wellbeing available here