Every Mind Matters Your Mind Plan will suggest simple actions you could take to improve your mental health. The advice the tool gives might include things such as: borrowing self-help books from your local library starting a new activity or course contacting the local talking therapy service. To help you follow through the suggestions in your action plan, you can find information about activities and services in Warrington, on the following sites: Happy? OK? Sad? for mental health and wellbeing support.To find details of local mental health services, click one of the blue, age related buttons above, and then click the drop down heading "information about local and national services and support". Alternatively if someone needs help right now click "I need urgent help". My Life Warrington: for details of a broad range of local activities and services, which could help support your mental health and wellbeing. The areas the site covers include: things to do, housing, support for carers, health and wellbeing, education and work, transport, child care, support in your home and financial and legal help. Free mental health campaign resourcesFor details of how to order free resources so you can promote Every Mind Matters and Warrington's mental wellbeing campaigns, click here.