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Support for mental health at work

Able Futures mental health support services

Mental health support for employees and apprentices

Find out how Able Futures mental health specialists can help you cope with any difficulties that are affecting your focus 
and time at work. Able Futures could help you to have more good days and tackle issues such as stress, depression and anxiety.

Sustainable futures for employers

Able Futures can help you demonstrate your commitment to supporting people with mental health conditions in the workplace. There is no charge to use the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service.

Able Futures for apprenticeship providers

Mental health difficulties can affect the focus and effectiveness of apprentices. 
Able Futures delivers the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service to help apprenticeship providers in England, Scotland and Wales to support their apprentices. 

Have more good days with advice and guidance from Able Futures

Nine months confidential, no cost advice, guidance and support from mental health professionals to help you cope with work while you manage a mental health condition such as anxiety, depression or stress.

Find out more about the support we provide

Get in touch and discover how Able Futures can help you

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Able Futures nurses David back to good mental health

Able Futures 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).


Able Futures delivers the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions.

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