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Mental health service launched to help music industry

Mental health service launched to help music industry
A string of high profile suicides have made it clear how much mental health can suffer in the music industry, even if people think you are ‘living the dream’. Now Help Musicians UK has organised a mental health service devoted to everyone involved in music.
 
Music Minds Matter is a twenty four hours a day service offering “advice, signposting, clinical pathways and professional therapeutic services” and more. Call 0808 802 8008 free of charge, 24 hours a day or email MMM@helpmusicians.org.uk
 
Nadine Shah of ‘Music Minds Matter’ explained “I would like to give my passionate, wholehearted support to Help Musicians UK and the new Music Minds Matter mental health service…The music industry is in such need of a service like this. It’s about time we had a service that is always there for people, one that really caters to the myriad of mental health challenges and complexities that musicians and people in the music industry face. As someone that has experienced struggles of my own, I know how important it is to know that I could access help and support when I need it. It means so much, thank you HMUK.”

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