Information about mental health support

There are lots of organisations that offer mental health support locally. You might need different types of support at different times in your life.
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Sometimes it might just be about getting a bit of advice or sometimes problems are more serious or don’t get better with self-help.

These services can offer you specific help with mild-moderate mental health needs e.g. low mood, anxiety, panic, worry, not sure where to access support

Support

Sometimes people need more specialist advice, support and treatment regarding mental illness. Here you will find services that offer long term support around serious issues that you or your loved one may be struggling with. 

Long-term support

When children and young people need help, they want to find it easily, for it to meet their needs, be delivered by people who care and for services to listen to their views.

Support for children and young people

Support for young people aged 16-24

If you, or someone you know, are struggling to cope it’s important to ask for support. It’s especially important if you feel desperate, are having thoughts of suicide or feel unable to keep yourself safe.

In an emergency, call 999.

Urgent support

 

Whether you are concerned about yourself or a loved one, these helplines and support groups can offer expert advice.

Helplines

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