WELCOME TO THE B-SKILL WELLBEING ZONE

At B-Skill we are passionate about supporting you in your personal and professional life. This website can help support you with any concerns or issues that you may be facing.

To find support by region, click below:
If you are looking support from a region that is not featured above, please contact safeguarding@b-skill.com

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County Lines Support

Rape and Sexual Assault Support

Domestic Violence Support

Bullying Support

Modern Day Slavery Support

If you are looking support with a topic that is not featured above, please contact safeguarding@b-skill.com

OCTOBER: WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

Looking after your own mental health is always important, particularly after the impact of the recent pandemic. So for October, we’re focusing on how you can keep on top of your own mental health.

With tips from ‘How to Sleep Better’, ‘How to Overcome Fear & Anxiety’ and ‘How to Look after Your Mental Health Later in Life’, www.mentalhealth.org.uk provides useful advice and guidance on these topics.

Top Tips For Looking After Your Mental Health:

  • Keeping Active – this can boost your self-esteem and it helps keep the brain and other vital organs health (to read more click here)
  • Take a Break – Changing the pace or a change of scenery can be good for your mental health(to read more click here)
  • For all 10 tips, click here

 Please also watch the video below for more information.

World Suicide Prevention Day: 10 September

For September we are focusing on suicide prevention.

In 2019, a total of 5691 suicides were registered in England and Wales, equating to 11 deaths per 100,000. Close to three quarters of registered deaths in 2019 were among men (4,303 deaths), which follows a consistent trend back to the mid 1990s.

Males aged from 45 to 49 years had the highest age specific suicide rate at 25.5 deaths per 100,000. For females, the age group with the highest rate was 50 to 54 years at 7.4 deaths per 100,000.

Suicide is preventable, it isn’t inevitable.

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