Big White Wall, now Togetherall

A safe community to support your mental health, 24/7

Together All
In Crisis? scroll
Why the name change? As well as reflecting that our community brings people together, our new name, Togetherall, reflects that our community is a place of safety for all people, without fear of judgement. We would like to thank our members, clients, stakeholders and staff who provided input during the process of changing our name from Big White Wall.

Our Service is the same

Clinical expertise

We have clinicians and health professionals available for those who need it. This is a wellbeing service for those who are going through a tough time.

Online Community

Accessible to many we provide a platform for peer to peer support. We offer online support by providing self-help courses and 'wall guides'.

Safe Space

Our support network is moderated 24/7 by trained practitioners who keep our members safe, and facilitate the process of people helping people in an online environment.

What is available to you?

Togetherall is a unique mental health service offering an anonymous and safe support community, moderated by professionals and counsellors. Whether you have been referred by the NHS, your college or university, through the armed forces or your organisation, we provide a range of self-guided support through our 24/7 online community and access to dedicated courses, resources and assessments designed to help you set goals and work through them in a safe supportive environment.

Find out more about Togetherall

This video shows you what functionality you have access to as a togetherall member

play Watch the video
Watch Video - Find out about Togetherall

joined Togetherall for immediate access


people supported so far


access Togetherall outside of 9-5 working hours


share on Togetherall because it's anonymous

This site is not intended for individuals in an emergency. If you are in a life-threatening situation in the UK, please immediately dial 999 or go to your nearest Accident and Emergency department (A&E). If you are in a life-threatening situation in New Zealand, please immediately dial 111 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department (ED). Further crisis help can be found here.

Our Website has detected that you are using an outdated browser that will prevent you from accessing our service. We recommended that you update your browser to use Togetherall.