Help Musicians and its longstanding clinical partner BAPAM are expanding the charity's mental health offer, Music Minds Matter, with two new strands of support.
A national network of support groups will be created and targeted signposting will be deployed to help musicians amid a 65% rise in demand since the start of 2021.
Music licensing company PPL has made a three-year financial commitment worth £300,000 to ensure more access to counselling and therapy.
Help Musicians' Chief Executive James Ainscough said music is beneficial to wellbeing and yet musicians seem to disproportionately struggle with theirs: "The pandemic has amplified this paradox."
"Working together, spotlighting all that is valuable whoever the provider, the music industry can embed lasting change and become a leader in caring for the mental health of its people."