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Connect and Protect is a University process that has been developed to support the national Test and Trace system. Please fill out the enclosed form if you have symptoms of Covid19


Mental Health Resources

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Helpful Resources

Local Support Services

Download the free Stay Alive App

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Where you can find mental health support during covid-19

LU Wellbeing App

Loughborough University has launched a mental wellbeing app for all students and staff members.

LU Wellbeing has been developed in partnership with mental health and wellbeing experts at UniWellbeing.

The platform enables members of the Loughborough University Family to take control of their health and

wellbeing in their own hands to ultimately lead a healthy and happier lifestyle.

LU Wellbeing is free to download on any smart device and can be found on the App Store or Google Play. 


Quetzal is a free self-help guide for victims of childhood sexual abuse.
This guide can be downloaded from the website .

In the guide you can get a further understanding of the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and get some

self-care tips to deal with the impact of abuse, especially if you are not ready yet to start your counselling


Step up to Great Mental Health

The local NHS are investing in and improving the way adult mental health care is delivered across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland – and the public is being urged to have their say.


A public consultation launched on – Monday 24 May. Everyone is asked to get involved and help shape future services.


“The Covid-19 pandemic meant we had to quickly change how we worked – introducing temporary measures – to keep service users safe while continuing their care.


We want to know what people think about the proposed improvements we’ve made during the pandemic and whether we should make them permanent. We also want to talk to people about other plans to improve mental health services.”


Mental health heavily influences our whole health and wellbeing. Now more than ever before it makes sense that mental health, just like physical health, is taken care of and maintained. To do this the NHS locally is investing more in local services to dramatically improve urgent and community care and treatment to improve people’s lives.


The consultation runs until Sunday 15 August 2021. The CCGs want to know what people think about the proposals to improve mental health care.


To find out more about the consultation and what is proposed and why, visit   To request a copy of the questionnaire for you to fill in at home or to arrange to complete it with a member of staff, telephone us on 0116 295 0750 or email

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