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Freephone their Veterans Support Hub for the military community on 0808 175 3075 (24/7) or email – to access confidential emotional support for feelings of distress, despair or suicidal thoughts.


A crisis text support service for people in the military community who are struggling and need immediate support to get through a crisis. Text CONTACT to 85258. #TextCONTACT85258

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For urgent psychological support, please call 0800 1381619.


For urgent housing support, please call 0808 800 4444.

Do parts of your life feel uncertain?

Maybe you’re trying to make some healthy changes?

Having a good routine to your day can be a positive step to take.

A good routine that works for you can help you feel in control of your life. It allows you to focus on things that are important.

It can make you feel good about yourself. It can even boost your energy levels.

Simple tips for setting up a good routine

  • Set an alarm and get out of bed at the same time each day.
  • Have a clear and structured morning routine.
  • Get dressed.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Eat healthy meals at regular times.
  • Set aside 20 minutes each day to be physically active.
  • Meet or talk to friends and family.
  • Plan time into your day to do daily tasks.
  • Set time aside at the end of the day to wind down and be ready for sleep.
  • Don't be afraid to change your routine around to make it work better for you.

Self-help guides to recovery

Read the guide to find out why setting up a good routine is important. You’ll also discover further tips on how to create a fun, healthy routine.

Daily routine PDF 1.4 MB