During difficult times like these, we understand that people's
mental health and wellbeing can suffer.
That's why Ongo Talk, our life-coaching and emotional
wellbeing service, is still available if you would like to
improve your mental health and to help see a brighter future.
The project helps to develop your confidence, build your
emotional resilience and improve your emotional wellbeing
ready to have a new, positive outlook on life. We can also
help you access fully accredited training, and help build your
CV ready for employment.
Kelly, who has been on the project, said: "I went into it
lacking confidence, struggling with negative thoughts, and
generally feeling low. I was supported at a level that suited
me and, before I knew it, I felt like a new person.
"It really helped me to change my perspective and attitude
towards my life."
Think you'd benefit from the support?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
our website ongo.co.uk to find out
more and how to sign up.
With a national increase in the amount of calls to the National Domestic Abuse Helpline, Humberside Police have compiled a
list of agencies for people to contact if they are suffering domestic abuse.
Useful Domestic Abuse helplines:
National Domestic Abuse Helpline*
0808 2000 247
Women's Aid Online Chat
The Men's Advice Line
0808 801 0327
01823 33 244
0800 111 111 *(24/7)
Hull Domestic Abuse Partnership
01482 318 759
North & North East Lincs support, The Blue Door
0800 197 47 87
East Riding Support
01482 396 330
Respect - Helpline for offenders
0845 122 86 09
Mental Health Awareness Day last year