Our organisations are proud to be here for you and your mental health.
We’ve come together to support UK nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants facing a personal or financial crisis.
Please have a look at the support available and get in touch today.
If you are a any sort of healthcare worker, medical student or a member of the emergency services, the Laura Hyde Foundation are here to support you with all aspects of your mental health without stigma, barriers and cost.
Our carers need caring for too.
The Laura Hyde Foundation are a UK wide charity developed in response to a tragedy.
Founded in 2018 as a response to nurse Laura Hyde's suicide, we now cover 98% of all UK public and private hospitals providing over 20,000 hours of free mental health support each and every month to all emergency services workers.
If you need help or want to find out more about the services we offer, hit the button below.
When nurses and midwives suffer hardship, Cavell Nurses’ Trust gives help.
We transform their lives. The nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants we help say they’re often happier, healthier and able to stay in or return to work.
Cavell Nurses’ Trust is the charity supporting UK nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants, both working and retired, when they’re suffering a personal or financial crisis often due to illness, disability, domestic abuse and the impact of the coronavirus.
From simple, essential support like money to repair a broken cooker or boiler, to vital life-changing aid like helping a family flee their home due to domestic abuse, Cavell Nurses’ Trust is here to help.
Our vision is to provide a space for all nurses, midwives, health care support workers and the friends and family of such staff to decompress and chat with a peer via a confidential listening service, which with your support, we hope to launch in the coming months.
Developed collaboratively by a group of regular nurses and midwives united by a shared understanding and common experience, Nurse Lifeline also aims to foster a positive community, provide encouragement, and empower those within the nursing and midwifery workforce through sharing uplifting content and stories of individuals who have overcome challenges.
We hope that there will be something for everyone. Whether you enjoy reading a blog post, listening to a podcast, chatting over the phone, or exploring online resources, we are here for you.
We believe it’s time to get talking about mental and emotional health. Nurse Lifeline- an organisation by the profession, for the profession.
Here to listen. Here to encourage. Here together.