Wellbeing support for adults and children
Get support for your wellbeing and mental health
Develop skills to build confidence, resilience and improve your general wellbeing
Activities and advice to support wellbeing and build resilience
Life can sometimes feel overwhelming. Reaching out to others may feel like a challenge at times and knowing where to look for advice is sometimes difficult.
Explore our wellbeing resources to learn skills that will help you cope when faced with adversity including stress, anxiety, loneliness, and managing your personal connections.
Wellbeing resource packs
Use these downloadable resources in your everyday life to support your wellbeing, mental health and social connections.
Available for adults (ages 19+) and youth groups (ages 10 to 19), our range of guided wellbeing workshops allow you to learn ways to support your wellbeing and build resilience. Whether it's in a face-to-face or online session, we can help you and others build personal skills that can improve everyday life and help build stronger communities.
Learn online: Activities and advice
Online activities and information to help manage your wellbeing. This includes resources around coping with problems, general wellbeing advice and also ways to stay connected to others and managing feelings of loneliness.
Resources to support stress and anxiety
Whether it's work, school, or problems at home - it's easy for life to sometimes feel overwhelming. Explore our resources that include tips and advice that can help you better deal with feelings of stress, worry and anxiety, as well as building resilience.
Resources to support community connections
Our connections and relationships with others are incredibly valuable, but often are neglected. Learn more about how to maintain connections and feel more confident building them.
Tackling feelings of loneliness
Learn how you can support people who may be experiencing loneliness.
Wellbeing resources for young people
British Red Cross offers free wellbeing teaching resources for children and youth to promote empathy, kindness and resilience.
If you're feeling lonely and want to speak to someone, you can call the British Red Cross' support line.
Call us on:
0808 196 3651
Get in touch
We would love to hear your stories, especially if they inspire others. How do you build confidence and meaningful connections in your life? Have you overcome feelings of loneliness?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Help us with our education
At the British Red Cross, we are always working on new and exciting ways to provide education. If you would like to help shape what and how we help in the future, please fill out our education survey.
Help communities cope in a crisis
Our free online resources and workshops teach lifesaving first aid and wellbeing skills to millions of people. Help us fund this important work by donating whatever you can.