Working at sea can be challenging to your mental health. We fund Togetherall to offer a free, confidential online service to seafarers who need help with mental health and wellbeing issues.
Togetherall provides online support 24/7 in a safe, supportive and anonymous environment. You can access trained counsellors, a support network, self-help materials and one-to-one therapy. This is just like conventional face-to-face therapy, but it’s delivered online via webcam, audio or instant messaging.
Thanks to funding from the Seafarers Hospital Society, free support is now available to all working and retired Merchant Navy seafarers and fishers of any nationality who are based in the UK, and their families.
You can access this free service right away – just click on one of the links below.
When you click the link below you will go to the Togetherall login page. Simply create a user name and password and you’ll get straight onto the Togetherall site. Please press Submit only once - it may take a few seconds to be redirected to the website.
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