News / Local / Dundee Coronavirus: Dundee City Council highlights mental health support in new campaign By Graham Brown April 17 2020, 5.20pm Dundee City Council has launched a new social media campaign urging people to look after their mental health during the pandemic. Messages being put out through the initiative contain information about who to phone and also where information can be found online. Look after your mental health during the pandemicThere is help online if you need it:https://t.co/B2D2OYw8ea https://t.co/k94YcHO9RMhttps://t.co/La2yFrVX8m pic.twitter.com/MyQ38GeEvV — dundeecouncil (@DundeeCouncil) April 17, 2020 It is reminding people who may be experiencing difficulties of organisations including Breathing Space (0800 83 85 87), Samaritans (116 123) and Childline (0800 1111) Online help is also available at www.suicidehelp.co.uk, www.samh.org.uk/about-mental-health/suicide and www.dundeehealth.co.uk/content/coronavirus Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up More from The Courier Downfield man completes 500km cycle for Dundee mental health charity ‘Ask once, get help fast:’ Mental health charity removes barriers to support in Tayside and Fife Hopes Dundee 24-hour mental health crisis centre location will be confirmed soon Love Island: What are the mental health tests contestants go through – and who is really looking after their welfare?