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Mental health support for people at work

Able Futures can help you manage your mental health at work so you can enjoy more good days.

We could give you nine months advice and guidance from a mental health specialist who can help you learn coping mechanisms, build resilience, access therapy or work with your employer to make adjustments to help your mental health at work. 

Call Able Futures free on 0800 321 3137 from 8am to 10.30pm, Monday to Friday to find out more about our online mental health support. 

Apply online for Able Futures support

Able Futures delivers the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. It could be available to you if you can answer "yes" to the following questions:

  • Are you aged 16 or over?

  • Are you in work, on an apprenticeship, about to start work or furloughed?

  • Do you live in Great Britain?

  • Do you have mental health difficulties that impact upon your work?

This list is not exhaustive and it is ultimately up to the Department of Work and Pensions Access to Work Mental Health Support Service adviser to determine eligibility.

Get mental health support from Able Futures. Call 0800 321 3137

Support for mental health issues

How Able Futures can support you if these issues are affecting you.

Enjoy more good days

If you live with mental health difficulties, you know there are good days and bad days. You also know the bad days can affect you at work. You probably find it hard to focus or perform at your best. The aim of Able Futures is to help you enjoy more good days. Apply now for mental health support. 

With nine months support, signposting and information from a qualified mental health professional, you could learn more about your mental health, understand how you can access treatment for any mental health problems and connect with other people and support organisations who know what it's like to live with a mental health problem. Able Futures delivers the Access to Work Mental Health Support Service on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. The support service is fast, flexible and, best of all, there is no charge to use this service.

Get support for your mental health at work

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"It has been absolutely great. I’ve been very happy with the support and advice so far."

Quote from Able Futures participant
May 2019