Support for mental health at work, to help individuals, employers and providers of apprenticeships enjoy dependable futures

The Access to Work Mental Health Support Service for individuals, employers and apprenticeship providers 

Able Futures mental health professionals could give you nine months mental health support, to help you cope with work while you manage a mental health condition.

This is not an online emergency service.

If you need support right now, please consider contacting 111 (NHS); 999 if you are experiencing a crisis; your local crisis mental health team (if you have their number), or speak to someone you trust. Please know there are people who will listen to you, and support you.

This website is monitored between 9am–5.30pm Monday to Friday only (excluding Bank Holidays and 24th – 31st December).


The Access to Work Mental Health Support Service is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions. It is delivered in Great Britain by Able Futures, a partnership of nationwide healthcare professionals to ensure more people who have mental health conditions can overcome them and stay in work.

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