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Togetherall (formerly Big White Wall)

How to access this free service for Warwickshire residents:

  • Visit the Togetherall website.
  • Insert your Warwickshire postcode in the United Kingdom section.
  • Togetherall is also freely available to members of the armed forces, veterans and their families, and they should choose the UK Armed Forces option in the ‘join now’ area

Who is it suitable for?

  • Togetherall is for anyone aged 16 or over who wants to improve their mental health.
  • The most common reasons for joining are depression and anxiety, but it’s also for people experiencing other mental health problems.
  • The service may also be useful for carers and people who have been bereaved.
  • Togetherall is a safe online community of people who help each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals

Community members can:

  • post discussions and gain advice and support from others
  • take tests to find out more about how they are feeling, set goals and find ways to cope better
  • read effective self-help information
  • join groups to help with issues such as low mood, anxiety and worry
  • access the service from their smartphones and tablets
  • access self-guided courses designed to help people manage a variety of mental health difficulties and improve their health and wellbeing

Available 24/7, with no waiting lists, Togetherall is completely anonymous, so people can express themselves freely and openly. Professionally trained ‘Wall Guides’ ensure the safety and anonymity of all members using the site.

A review of Togetherall found that:

  •  73% of people using the site shared an issue for the first time
  •  80% of people were able to manage how they were feeling without needing to access other help and support
  •  95% reported improved wellbeing

Find out how Togetherall works (2-minute video)

For support with further information about the service, Warwickshire residents can also contact their local Wellbeing Hub, who can advise about this service and a range of other options available to help.