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Mental health and wellbeing

Discover how we can help keep your wellbeing in check, from managing stress to our befriending service.

Me in Mind: mental health and wellbeing help

Me in Mind is our wellbeing programme offering help, guidance, and free access to Togetherall.

Togetherall is an online community where you can get support with common wellbeing difficulties, like low mood and stress. It's completely anonymous and available 24 hours a day.

On Togetherall you’ll find:

  • online courses and articles to help with difficulties like confidence, sleep, and low mood
  • a moderated forum where you can connect with people experiencing similar challenges
  • tools for self-assessment, journaling, and mood-tracking.

The Togetherall website is monitored by trained staff who provide support and ensure the safety of the online community.

Clarion Futures: Mental health and wellbeing

The different ways we can support residents with their wellbeing.

How we can help

If you’re a Clarion customer aged 16 or over, you can get free access to Togetherall for six months by registering with our Me in Mind programme.

To access immediate support, you can sign up directly at

Feeling lonely? Try our befriending service

If you’re feeling lonely, socially isolated, or miss the joy of regular conversation, you could benefit from our free Lend an Ear service.

It's quick and simple to join and we'll match you with a friendly, fully trained volunteer for a regular phone or video chat.

Our Lend an Ear service is available to all Clarion residents.

Find out more about Lend an Ear

Need wellbeing support and support from other services?

You can submit a self-referral to request additional support from our Clarion Futures services. Please click the ‘register now’ link below, click ‘I’d like help’ and complete the form.

Register now

Need urgent help?

Togetherall is not a crisis service. If you need urgent support, please phone the emergency services on 999.

You can also get free help 24/7 by phoning Samaritans on 116 123.