Feeling Strong: Covid-19 Support

Updated: 06/10/2020/14:00

Feeling Strong have moved their mental health drop-in service online via video chat. Open 3pm to 6pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. For further information see below.

We have set up a range of different pages that cover COVID-19 topics. These include: COVID-19 and mental health, news, local information and isolation activities.

Your Mental Health and Covid-19

It is important to look after our mental health and wellbeing, and COVID-19 may make this more challenging for people. We have put together some essential services and information to aid those people who might need a helping hand. If you are able to contribute to helping others (donations or time) get in contact via our online platforms. Thank you in advance for supporting your community.

COmmunity HUb Video chat service

Struggling with self-isolation or can't access services? We changed our Drop-in service to a Video Chat service to make sure that you can still get the support you need:

💪 Receive Peer Support from members of our team

🍔 Talk about the difficulties of isolation, and ask for a food/care package to be delivered to you

💜 Talk about your mental health, recovery and self-care

👀 Learn about our services and what other mental health activities are going on in Dundee

Click HERE to make an appointment!

Further resources for self-care and mental wellbeing

NHS Mental Health and Wellbeing

NHS Inform Self-Help Guide

Mind - Coronavirus and Your Wellbeing

BBC - Coronavirus: How to Protect Your Mental Health

Moodjuice - Self Help Resources

Living Life to the Full - Self Awareness for Mental Health

Feeling Strong- The Young Persons Guide to Feeling Strong

PsychologyTools- Guide To Living With Worry And Anxiety Amidst Global Uncertainty

Food & Care Packages

(Any age)

Packages provided by Feeling Strong for people who are self-isolating or vulnerable


(Young People)

Chat to a counsellor Monday, Wednesday & Thursday between 2000-2100.


(Any age)

Text service for people in crisis or anxious, worried or stressed: Text 85258


(Any age)

Online resources and tools to support people with low mood

NHS 24

(Any age)

Information on COVID-19 as well as a hotline for anyone displaying symptoms: 111


(Any age)

Suicide and crisis chat line and email chat for urgent cases: 116 123


(19 and under)

General listening support line for young people with a counsellor chat: 0800 1111

Breathing Space


Chatline for people who are low, anxious or depressed: 0800 83 85 87

Resources, guidance and information

We also have a PDF version of our Young Person's Guide to Feeling Strong, our youth mental health resource, available below:

AYPG 0220.pdf