Resources

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This area contains information and links to resources for people who are planning to start work, or make changes to help them to stay productive at work, or to return to work when recovering from a period of mental ill-health.

 

timetochangeTime to Change: Helping employees return to work page: contains advice and information on returning to work after mental distress, includes a video of one woman's experience of returning to work after suffering a period of mental distress. http://www.time-to-change.org.uk/your-organisation/support-employers/helping-employees-return-work

 

choices-logoNHS Choices: Advice and information on returning to work after mental distress
http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/mentalhealth/Pages/returning-to-work-mental-health.aspx

 

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Royal College of Psychiatrists: contains signposts to relevant guidance and practical tools, for employees, employers, clinicians and carers on returning to work after mental distress.
http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/usefulresources/workandmentalhealth.aspx

 

 

acasACAS: Advice and information on maintaining good mental health in the workplace and on returning to work after mental distress for employees and employers
http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1900

 

hseHealth and Safety Executive: Advice and information on returning to work after mental distress including links to further sources of information and support.
http://www.hse.gov.uk/stress/mymental.htm

 

 

you govMental Health and Work – Gov.uk: a pdf version of a supplementary report commissioned by the cross government Health Work and Well­being Programme aimed at inform policy and guide action in relation to mental health and employment.
Mental health and work - Gov.uk

 

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Bi Polar UK: Advice and information on returning to work after mental distress
Employees' Guide to Bipolar
Employers' Guide to Bipolar
http://www.bipolaruk.org.uk/