We are proud to announce our exciting new partnership with Togetherall!
It’s estimated that 1/4 people will suffer with mental ill health. We also know that talking about it can be difficult. But people no longer have to struggle alone. Whether you’re dealing with a mental health issue or just feel burdened by everyday worries or concerns, Togetherall provides safe, anonymous online support 24/7.
Togetherall provides a supportive, online community to give help when you’re feeling down. Trained professionals are available 24/7, and there’s a choice of safe therapeutic services, including online self-help courses. This means anyone who may be struggling can get support at a time that suits them, from the comfort of their own home.
Togetherall has already helped more than 200,000+ people, including thousands from the UK Armed Forces community, which is supported by the Ministry of Defence, and Help for Heroes.
One Togetherall member said: “I feel that the support given by Togetherall is fantastic. You are not judged, and you can be yourself. Most of us are very good at hiding our feelings. This is the only place I have felt comfortable in expressing myself.”
Togetherall is now available for all staff/ students for free at Franklin Sixth Form College. Members can simply go to www.Togetherall.com and use their academic email address to join. 70% of members report feeling better as a result of using Togetherall and 1 in 2 shared something on Togetherall for the first time.
One member, who had been working in a stressful environment, said: “I was always the strong one, but when I was signed off with work-related stress, I thought I was a failure. On logging in to Togetherall, I wasn’t alone anymore. I’ve been using it for a year now, and I’m recovering and back at work. I’m truly grateful for Togetherall.”
Another member reported: “I started using it at a time of crisis. I was finding it difficult to manage my distress. Using the site has helped me reduce anxiety, stress and feelings of isolation, enabled me to feel connected to others who have emotional issues, and given me an opportunity to be part of a helping community.”
When a new member joins www.Togetherall.com they create a username, which does not identify them in any way. The service is completely anonymous.
For more information please contact:
Jessica Smith, Marketing and Communications Manager, Togetherall
+44 (0)203 691 1966
Jo North, Franklin Sixth Form College
Togetherall is a community of people who are experiencing common mental health problems who are supported to self-manage their own mental health.
Togetherall has supported over 200,000 people to date and has been commissioned by Clinical Commissioning Groups, the Ministry of Defence, various universities and colleges, employers and many others.