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Resources for Loneliness and Connection

Posted on: January 16, 2023

We’ve collected some resources that may help you if you or someone you know is feeling lonely, for whatever reason. There is no shame to loneliness and it can affect anyone. We hope these resources may be of some help.

The Red Cross

The Red Cross has a page about loneliness, its causes, and how to cope.

NHS: Every Mind Matters

The mental health arm of the NHS also has a page offering advice, support and a range of links to specific services that may affect a person’s loneliness.


The mental health charity MIND offers tips on how to manage loneliness, with talking therapies available online and in person.

Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope is the UK’s leading mental health database, where a person can search for support in their area from different services, such as the NHS, and local, national, private or charity support – all in one place.

Cruse Bereavement

Cruse offers support specifically in the case of bereavement.

Simon on the Street

Simon on the Street talks about the correlation between homelessness and loneliness in this article.


Shelter offers support for those experiencing homelessness.

Parental Loneliness

This link offers support and advice for parents that are struggling with loneliness.

Loneliness in the LGBT+ Community

LGBT Hero talks loneliness in the LGBT+ community and how those affected can seek advice and support.

Loneliness in Young People

Young Minds provides support and advice for young people experiencing loneliness.


Beat is a charity that offers advice for those affected by eating disorders.

Coping strategies for dealing with loneliness

Fingerprint for Success offers 11 key coping strategies that may help alleviate loneliness.

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