Worried about the new restrictions? We got you.

Whether you’ve just gone into a second lockdown, have just come out of one, or are currently dealing with an overwhelming number of tiers, we can all agree it’s tough for everyone right now. 

We know you’re probably bored of countless lockdown guides asking you to make the most of this time with promises to learn a language, or start playing an instrument, so we’re here to keep it real with our advice to help you get through the new restrictions. And they all begin with C to make them easy to remember...

Connect, control, consistency - read our advice
A statement from Simon, our CEO

United Against Suicide

Across October, over 2000 people walked against suicide across the UK to smash the silence around loss and deal with grief differently and defiantly.

They faced the wind, the rain, and plummeting temperatures, and raised more than £275,000. That’s the equivalent of almost 5 seats on the CALM helpline for an entire year. 

Last year CALM’s professional helpline staff had more than 200,000 conversations, directly preventing 588 suicides, and right now our life-saving services are needed more than ever. 

You can find out more about the Lost Hours Walk here,  or donate to CALM’s services below:

Make a donation

You me (and CALM) at Six

Ahead of the release of their brilliant new album, SUCKAPUNCH, we caught up with Josh Franceschi, singer-songwriter of You Me At Six, about how the album revolves around embracing vulnerability and smashing toxic masculinity. Chatting about music and mental wellbeing, Josh opened up about the importance of connection and organisations like CALM. "When someone is feeling misunderstood, they can feel like music understands and accepts them."

Read the interview

Thicker than water? 
Watch Brothers

We’re thrilled to share BROTHERS, a powerful new film about mental illness within families. It’s inspired by the real life experiences of one of its stars, Michael, and his relationship with his older brother and his mental health issues.

We know talking to family about our mental distress can be really difficult. But it also has loads of potential benefits. So we’ve created some advice on how to chat to your family if you’re struggling, and how to reach out to a family member if you’re worried about them.

Watch Brothers
Talking about… talking to your family


Marathon in the park or gaming marathon on the sofa, whatever you love, it's quick and easy do it for CALM.


Don’t wanna move a muscle? We get you. You can donate directly to CALM's services at the click of a button (or a tap of a screen). 



Follow social media to support CALM's latest campaigns - from comedy clubs to nationwide ads. And if you like it, well, tell your mates. 

🙌 Supporters of the month 🙌


Felix Cooper - 12-year old mountain biker and big CALM supporter took on (and conquered) the mighty Skiddaw, the UK's 3rd highest mountain with some of the steepest faces in the country

Joanne Willatt and team walked over 1,000 miles for CALM this October

Guy Johnathan did 666 pushups on Halloween in support of CALM


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