When you're living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information - about a condition, treatment options, or practical issues - is vital.
Oxfordshire has a range of organisations which can offer support and advice
NHS Health Tools - Self Assessment
How happy are you?
Good mental wellbeing - some people call it happiness - is about more than avoiding mental health problems. It means feeling good and functioning well. This tool uses WEMWBS, a scale which is often used by scientists and psychologists to measure wellbeing. You can obtain your wellbeing score by completing the wellbeing self assessment on the NHS Choices Website.
Check your mood
We all expect to get a cold or sore throat from time to time but when it comes to the way we feel emotionally, it can be hard to recognise or admit that we're not feeling 100%.
This questionnaire is designed to recommend some excellent resources to help you better understand how you feel.
Do you have a sleep problem?
Most people experience problems with sleep in their life. It's thought that a third of Brits will have episodes of insomnia at some point.
If you would like to undertake further self assessments on other areas of health, wellbeing and nutrition, please visit the NHS Choices website.
Oxfordshire Mind provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Mind campaigns to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Oxfordshire Mind provide a mental health information line which you can access by calling
01865 24 77 88 Monday to Fridays between 9.30am - 4.30pm.
You can also search for information using the the Oxfordshire Mind Guide website
Restore helps people with mental health issues in Oxfordshire to recover and get work.
They provide a range of mental health support services including coaching, recovery groups and training.
Challenging mental illness through sport & adventure
Aspire Oxford delivers class-leading services to customers whilst also providing life-changing support, training and skills for people who have survived adversity and are committed to making remarkable changes to their lives.
Thrive in Oxford
Oxford City Council and partners in the Active Body, healthy Mind project produced six videos featuring Oxfordshire residents for Mental Health Awareness Week. The weeks theme was "Thrive or Survive" and we adapted this to produce the local campaign"Thrive in Oxford"
The videos capture their mental health experiences and how sport and physical Activity makes a difference to their lives.